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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Mae leading when she comes into the thicket?
(a) A dog.
(b) A donkey.
(c) A horse.
(d) A cow.
2. Which of the following was not part of the supper Winnie shares with the Tuck family her first night with them?
(d) Scrambled eggs.
3. How many nights does Winnie say she has spent away from home?
4. What words are used to describe the fingers of the stranger?
(a) Graceful and white.
(b) White and ugly.
(c) Pale blue and chubby.
(d) Long and skinny.
5. What does the author say about the sunsets of this first week of August?
(a) That the sun glares at sunset.
(b) That there is too much color.
(c) That there is too little color.
(d) That the color is perfect.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Winnie do when she passes by the strange man after having been kidnapped by the Tucks?
2. What kind of shoes is Winnie wearing when she gets into the rowboat with Tuck?
3. What does the author say accompanies the frequent nighttime lightning?
4. How many children did Miles have?
5. What time does Mae Tuck set out for the village?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Tuck mean when he says that he would get "back on the wheel" if he could?
2. Why does Winnie think the simple meal she shares with the Tuck family is "luxurious?"
3. What could Mae mean when she says that she, her husband and her sons have looked the same for eighty-seven years?
4. What is Mae's response when Tuck tells her that she shouldn't ride into town?
5. Why does Winnie decide not to run away?
6. What do Mae and the boys do to Winnie after she was asking for a drink from the spring?
7. What is the question posed about land ownership?
8. Give two examples of imagery in the prologue.
9. How and why does Winnie's attitude about the Tucks suddenly change?
10. Why does Winnie say she will go with the Fosters willingly?
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