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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. Who is the only friend of Billy's that Cristina says she likes?
(b) The narrator.
2. What plans have Philip and Anne-Marie made for the future?
(a) To have a child.
(b) To move to America.
(c) To buy a house.
(d) To get married.
3. Why is Anne-Marie miffed while at dinner with Philip?
(a) He falls asleep.
(b) He is interested in nearby diners.
(c) He flirts with the waitress.
(d) He spills his wine.
4. Where do Philip and Anne-Marie plan a trip together?
(c) New York.
5. Where is the narrator in reality in Chapter 2?
(a) A museum in London.
(b) A hotel room in Paris.
(c) An Army barracks in America.
(d) A night club in Berlin.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the setting for Chapter 3?
2. What does Cristina complain about when Philip visits her and Billy in Paris?
3. The narrator's photography _____________ his way of observing life.
4. What does Philip's father wish that Philip could be?
5. Where does Anne-Marie keep her savings?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the reason for Philip's visit to his father in Paris?
2. What is the outcome of Cristina and Billy's attempt to fix the narrator up with their friend, Alix?
3. What does the narrator find at Anne-Marie's that makes him think about how advantageous Philip is and whether he should warn Anne-Marie about Philip?
4. Describe the two extremes of feelings that Philip has regarding Anne-Marie.
5. What is revealed about Philip's personality from his actions?
6. How has Philip's life changed from one of ease to one of extreme ambiguity and what could be considered a factor in his way of life now?
7. Explain how the narrator gleans information for his stories about Philip and Anne-Marie.
8. What part does arrogance play in the narrator's solitary lifestyle?
9. What is ironic about Philip's situation?
10. Where does the narrator plan to stay while in Autun?
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