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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 Jenkins note Deacon had not particularly liked?
2. Where does Stringham say he is going to attend a party in Chapter 1 of "A Buyer's Market"?
(a) Hill Street.
(b) Fifth Street.
(c) King Street.
(d) Park Street.
3. Whose home is Jenkins invited to in Chapter 3 of "A Buyer's Market"?
(a) The Waldpole-Wilsons'.
4. When does Stringham say his wedding will take place?
5. What is Deacon bothered by in a club in Chapter 4 of "A Buyer's Market"?
(a) A thuggish man.
(b) The loud music.
(c) The unsanitary conditions.
(d) Having to buy everyone drinks.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Jenkins' family once encounter Deacon?
2. How does Barbara cut through Jenkins' shyness when they meet?
3. Who do Jenkins and Widmerpool find out is engaged at the end of "A Buyer's Market"?
4. Who is Stringham engaged to in Chapter 3 of "A Buyer's Market"?
5. What does Jenkins think is pressed against him on the way to the dance in Chapter 1 of "A Buyer's Market"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the topic of conversation turn to Gypsy when Jenkins and Widmerpool meet at the Waldpole-Wilsons' estate?
2. What leads to Deacon's death?
3. After meeting Barbara Goring, what does Jenkins worry about?
4. In Jenkins' eyes, what makes Eleanor different from the other society girls?
5. What does Barnby tell Jenkins about Deacon when they meet?
6. As Jenkins and his acquaintances are having coffee in Chapter 1 of "A Buyer's Market", who comes along with an invitation for them?
7. After the sugar incident, what does Jenkins realize about Barbara?
8. Who is Ralph Barnby?
9. When speaking to Widmerpool after the dance, what does Jenkins say he is doing to earn a living? What does Windmerpool think of Jenkins' employment?
10. What happens on the way to the dance in Chapter 1 of "A Buyer's Market" which confuses Jenkins?
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