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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. With whom does Jones have lunch in this chapter?
(a) Lady Bird Johnson.
(b) Marlene Dietrich.
(c) Ava Gardner.
(d) Lady Ina Coolbirth.
2. In what city was Kate McCloud staying?
3. Lady Ina's character is a thinly veiled portrait of __________________.
(a) Jackie Kennedy.
(b) Harper Lee.
(c) Slim Keith.
(d) Babe Paley.
4. Who is Jones summoned to see on this miserable morning?
(a) Miss Self.
5. What rule does Miss Self remind Jones of?
(a) He cannot refuse an assignment.
(b) No tips from clients are allowed.
(c) No socialization with clients outside the business.
(d) Termination if he doesn't show up at appointments.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jones' dining companion tell him about an older woman and young man dining together?
2. What does the man in #103 give Jones before he leaves?
3. Who hosted a party in honor of the actor in #111?
4. What beverage does the person in #146 order at lunch?
5. How does a socialite named Jane get revenge on her husband and his girlfriend?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Jones' first encounter with Kate McCloud.
2. Why does the author again resort to heavy name dropping in this chapter?
3. How does the author blur the line between reality and fiction regarding Barbara Hutton?
4. How does Axel Jaeger embody one of the book's key themes?
5. What information does Jones need before he feels he can respond to Kate's job offer?
6. How does Jones break professional protocol regarding Mr. Appleton?
7. Why does the reader have a feeling of incompleteness while reading this book?
8. What celebrities does the author name outright in this chapter and who are mildly disguised?
9. How do Jones' strong feelings for Kate prompt him to think that he might be in over his head?
10. How is the theme of fame and fortune exhibited in this chapter?
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