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Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
What is the young boy's name?
  1. Paul
  2. Derby
  3. Basset
  4. Oscar
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
Where does the boy want the rocking-horse to take him?
  1. away from his family
  2. where there is luck
  3. where there is money
  4. The story doesn't say.
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
What does the house whisper?
  1. "She is such a good mother."
  2. "I know!"
  3. "There must be more money!"
  4. "We are breathing!"
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
What was Paul hoping to do with his winnings?
  1. Give it to his mother.
  2. Show his mother he was lucky.
  3. Make the house stop whispering.
  4. All of the above
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
What is Bassett's position in the household?
  1. brother
  2. tutor
  3. the mother's brother
  4. gardner
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
In "The Yellow Wallpaper" the shadow represents:
  1. former patients
  2. the narrator
  3. bad choices
  4. the narrator's child
Grade 12 The Rocking Horse Winner
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
                               deals with the unfortunate events of Mrs. Louise Mallard.
  1. "The Yellow Wallpaper"
  2. "A Room of One's Own"
  3. "The Story of an Hour"
  4. "Mrs. Dalloway on Bond Street"
Grade 12 A Sound of Thunder

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In this short story, the moral would be:
  1. You can only change your past.
  2. Small changes can have large effects.
  3. Nothing we do really matters.
  4. Change is inevitable.
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
The following is a theme of "The Story of an Hour":
  1. racism
  2. self-discovery and identity
  3. mental health
  4. poverty
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
                               is the story of a well to do woman shopping for a party in London.
  1. "Mrs. Dalloway on Bond Street"
  2. "The Moths"
  3. "Story of an Hour"
  4. "The Yellow Wallpaper"
Grade 12 Short Stories (Fiction)
Charlotte Perkins wrote                                after her experience with postpartum depression.
  1. "Mrs. Dalloway on Bond Street"
  2. "The Story of an Hour"
  3. "A Room of One's Own"
  4. "The Yellow Wallpaper"
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