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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 question does Anna ask herself while sitting with Maggie?
(a) Why a good person like Maggie cannot find a place to live.
(b) Why Maggie has to die of the plague; she always lived so healthfully.
(c) Why a good person like Maggie suffers while her father wastes away in his drunkenness.
(d) Why Maggie was able to save a child, but not hers.
2. Who comes to rescue the first accused witch?
(a) Anys Gowdie.
(b) Anna Frith.
(c) Michael Mompellion.
(d) Elinor Mompellion.
3. Who summons Anna for help when Mary Daniel is in labor?
(c) Mary's husband, Randoll.
(d) The rector.
4. Who says, "We all begin as naked children, playing in the mud"?
(a) George Viccars.
(b) Mrs. Mompellion.
(c) The rector.
5. What is the crowd told to do after they realize what they've done?
(a) Pray that God will protect them from more witches.
(b) Pray that God will forgive their actions.
(c) Burn the witch.
(d) Flee the village.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Anna say they should not give Mary during her labor?
2. What is Maggie's condition when she returns to the village after leaving the Bradfords?
3. Who is Tom?
4. What is Josiah doing when Anna gets to the tavern?
5. What happens to Tom soon after news of Edward?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Mr. Viccars different from Sam?
2. Who comes and stops the crowd during the witch frenzy? How is he/she able to shame them into repentance?
3. Why does Anna go to Mary's house? How does Mary and Anna's job differ from that of Alexander's?
4. Who becomes a lodger at Anna's house? What is his trade?
5. What is the rector's plan for the village? Describe it in as much detail as possible.
6. How does Anna help Mary Daniel? Whose knowledge and strength does she use to help her through this task?
7. How does the relationship between Anna and George Viccars evolve?
8. What childhood memories are brought up to Anna as she helps Mary? How does this affect her?
9. What does the rector say the plague-stricken villagers should do? How does this differ from the rest of the group?
10. What is Anna ashamed of in her relationship with Anys? How has this changed?
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