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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what month does Dorothy marry and the bank collapses?
2. What news does Nora give Hugh in Part 2, Chapter 5 that stops Hugh from making a major decision about his future?
3. What compromise do the partners come to regarding Micky's loan?
4. What hope does Hugh have if the Silva's faction wins the revolution?
5. What is the last place that Hugh visits?
Short Essay Questions
1. Hugh makes a major decision about his future after he speaks to Ben in Part 2, Chapter 5. What is the decision? Why does he make it? What is the outcome?
2. What does Maisie discover about the incident at the ball, and how does she make the discovery?
3. What schemes does Augusta come up with once she learns that Ben will be given the peerage and not Joseph?
4. What does Hugh piece together in Part 3, and what does he do with the information? How is it received?
5. How does Micky escape the authorities and still wind up dead?
6. In Part 2, Chapter 3, what is Micky's plan to stop Tonio, and how is the plan carried out?
7. What changes have come into Emily's life by Part 3?
8. Where does Hugh find Tonio in Part 2, Chapter 4, and what does Tonio finally tell Hugh?
9. How does Edward become Senior Partner of the bank?
10. What deal do the partners come up with so that Edward's first request as Senior Partner goes through, but so the bank won't be compromised?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why is the brothel a major setting of the novel? What really takes place there beyond the obvious sexual and gambling activities?
Essay Topic 2
The banking system of London is one of the main themes of the book, and how failed banks hurt more than just bankers. Explain how this is a theme of the book.
Essay Topic 3
Analyze Maisie's character. How is she true to herself through her entire life?
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