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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 does Flora's father tell Reb Lippe about Shaya when they leave for America?
(a) That he will find another boy like him.
(b) That he is better off without him.
(c) That he will mourn his loss forever.
(d) That he will remember who is best now.
2. Why does Tamara live with Flora's family?
(a) She is their servant.
(b) She is a widow.
(c) She is ill.
(d) She is the owner of the house.
3. What does Rouvke ask his mother to tell him about when he is first in the United States?
(a) Major world events.
(b) Rouvke doesn't talk to his mother at first.
(c) Details from Hanele's life.
(d) Gossip from their town.
4. What happens when the boss is on a quest for work in "Jake and Yekl"?
(a) The shop goes idle.
(b) He travels to Europe.
(c) His wife ignores him.
(d) The workers quit.
5. What does Gospodin agree to pay Rouvke for?
(a) His dinner.
(b) His week's salary.
(c) His sorrows.
(d) His marriage fees.
Short Answer Questions
1. What frightens Gitl about Mamie?
2. How does Mr. Bernstein describe America?
3. How does Flora's father describe the library?
4. What upsets Flora's father about Pravly?
5. Why won't Shaya say the "Words of the Law" when the Talmudists ask him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Dalsky move out of Boris' apartment?
2. What is Flora's father's first impression of Pravly when he returns there in Chapter Three of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
3. What role does Mrs. Kohan play in Rouvke's marriage?
4. Why does Beile decide to not sue Heyman at the end of "A Sweatshop Romance".
5. What does Tatyana write in a note to Boris?
6. How does Rouvke feel about Peretz's financial issues?
7. How does Rouvke feel about American women?
8. What happens when the Talmudists come for dinner in "The Imported Bridegroom"?
9. Why does Boris decide to take in a boarder?
10. What scheme does Stern propose?
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