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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. Where will Ellen's train arrive?
(d) Jersey City
2. What does Newland tell May to get her to leave with him during the opera?
(a) The music is too loud
(b) He has a headache
(c) He has an early morning tomorrow
(d) His stomach is upset
3. What does Newland's frustration cause him to do?
(a) Stops the carriage and gets out in the snow
(b) Begins to cry uncontrollably
(c) Slaps Ellen across the cheek
(d) Begs Ellen to change her mind
4. How does Ellen react when Newland kisses her palm?
(a) She moves away
(b) She kisses his cheek
(c) She blushes
(d) She tells him to stop
5. Why does May not want to attend the event of #92?
(a) She cannot get used to the time change
(b) She does not know what to wear or what to say
(c) She has a migraine
(d) She is too tired
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the topic of conversation at dinner?
2. What is Newland's response to Ellen's statement about their relationship?
3. What does Ellen tell Newland about their relationship?
4. What does Newland hear about the business trip the next day at the office?
5. Where does Newland pick up Ellen?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the suspected cause of Mrs. Mingott's stroke?
2. What two rumors about Julius Beaufort surface in Chapter 26?
3. How does Newland determine that he is kept out of many family discussions?
4. How do Newland and Ellen decide to manage their situation?
5. What deceitful behavior does Newland exhibit in Chapter 22?
6. What is the irony of Newland seeing Mr. Riviere when he returns to New York?
7. What is Mr. Riviere's opinion about Ellen returning to her husband?
8. What ironic twist occurs just as Newland is about to admit his feelings for Ellen to May?
9. What is Newland's plan in spite of a big going away party for Ellen?
10. What event occurs to alter Newland's Washington travel plans?
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