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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 strange behavior does Elizabeth act out over dinner with Sir Belhaven?
(a) She pretends to be drunk.
(b) She begins singing loudly.
(c) She has the hiccups.
(d) She prays at length.
2. How does Elizabeth travel from one city to another when her group leaves her behind?
(a) By boat.
(b) On a horse.
(c) On foot.
(d) In a carriage.
3. Who does Elizabeth confess her indiscretions to after returning from the cabin?
(a) To her priest.
(b) To her best friend.
(c) To her maid.
(d) To her brother.
4. What is the one thing Robert claims Elizabeth is missing in her personality?
5. Why doesn't Elizabeth leave the party with her traveling group?
(a) Becuase she has a prior engagement.
(b) Because she would rather travel with Ian.
(c) Beause she accidentally oversleeps.
(d) Because she was not invited.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Elizabeth react to being called out as a liar?
2. Why does Elizabeth turn down Ian's request to meet him after the party?
3. After they kiss for the first time, what does Ian confess to Elizabeth?
4. Which of the following charms does Elizabeth often use to get what she wants from men?
5. After the duel with Ian, how many men does Elizabeth's uncle set her up on dates with?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do Elizabeth and Lucinda unexpectedly arrive at the cottage in Scotland?
2. Who raised Elizabeth when she was growing up?
3. What does the reader learn about Ian and Elizabeth's relationship in the Epilogue of this novel?
4. How does Ian convince Elizabeth's family to let him marry her?
5. Why does Lord Everly accuse Ian of cheating?
6. What happens during the duel between Ian and Robert?
7. What new things does Elizabeth learn about Ian after they are married?
8. How does Elizabeth hear about the trial for her murder?
9. What does Ian realize he must do if he wants to marry Elizabeth?
10. Who is Duncan?
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