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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 May tell Newland when he mentions Ellen?
(a) Ellen would never hurt her
(b) He and Ellen can rot
(c) Newland will come to his senses in time
(d) Ellen is returning to Europe
2. To what have Newland and May been invited?
(a) The races
(b) A dinner party
(c) The opera
(d) The theater
3. What decision does Newland make?
(a) To buy two horses
(b) To stop seeing Ellen
(c) To divorce May
(d) To go to Boston the next day
4. What does Newland tell May about his business trip?
(a) It has been cancelled
(b) He no longer wants to go
(c) It has been postponed
(d) He is no longer requried to attend
5. What does Mrs. Mingott ask of Newland?
(a) Convince the family that Ellen should stay in New York
(b) Host a dinner party for a visiting relative
(c) Take over her financial portfolio
(d) Draft a new will for her
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Mr. Riviere?
2. Who does Newland think of before he goes to sleep?
3. What does Newland tell the Wellands he plans to do?
4. Where does Newland go after Ellen leaves?
5. Where do Newland and May spend the summer following their wedding?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is May hesitant about attending a dinner party while on the honeymoon trip in Europe?
2. What two rumors about Julius Beaufort surface in Chapter 26?
3. What is the suspected cause of Mrs. Mingott's stroke?
4. How does Newland find Ellen in Boston?
5. What is the purpose of Newland's being summoned to see Mrs. Mingott?
6. Explain the nature of Newland's growing disappointment with his new wife.
7. What is the irony of Newland seeing Mr. Riviere when he returns to New York?
8. What is Newland's reaction when Ellen tells him they cannot run away together?
9. What is the state of Newland and May's marriage and family twenty-five-years after Ellen returns to Europe?
10. How does Newland respond while traveling in Europe and receiving an invitation to visit Ellen at her home?
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