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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. Who is left out again from the corn-husking festivities?
2. What is the punishment for all of Kit's so-called crimes?
(a) Two years in prison.
3. When Matthew initially hears of the townspeople trying to go after Hannah, how does he respond?
(a) He is too worried about his daughter to care.
(b) He tells them to do what they think is best, but he will not join.
(c) He decides to join them.
(d) He tries to dissuade them.
4. What are those individuals called who are against the rule of the king in the colonies?
5. Who comes to visit Kit when she is locked away as a prisoner?
(b) William Ashby.
(c) Her aunt Rachel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Nat doing when Kit arrives at Hannah's in Chapter 12?
2. What does Kit confide to Hannah when she brings her Nat's gift?
3. Why do the townspeople want to arrest Kit?
4. How do Prudence and Hannah respond to each other?
5. How does Mr. Cruff respond when his daughter reads the Bible in front of the courtroom?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Kit feel about fixing the roof with Nat?
2. When does corn husking take place and what is done at a corn husking?
3. What plan do Kit and Prudence undertake to teach Prudence to read?
4. How do Prudence's parents view her and treat her?
5. What charges are brought against Kit at her trial? What is the punishment for these charges?
6. What news is brought to town by the militiamen?
7. While at Hannah's house delivering her gift from Nat, what does Kit notice about Prudence and what does she decide to do for the girl?
8. When Kit goes to the Dolphin to see Nat , what item does he ask her to take to Hannah and why can't he do it?
9. What disturbance happens in Wethersfield on the night of All Hallows Eve?
10. Instead of going to the husking bee, what does John want to do and what is Judith's response to this?
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