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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. Septimus admits to ______________________.
(a) Making love to Chater's wife.
(b) Running away with Chater's wife.
(c) Slandering Chater's wife.
(d) Ignoring Chater's wife.
2. Chloe asks Hannah ___________________________.
(a) If she is romantically interested in Bernard.
(b) If she is romantically interested in Gus.
(c) If she is married.
(d) If she is done with her book.
3. What is the name of Valentine's turtle?
4. Why does Septimus describe Noakes as the serpent in the garden?
(a) Because Noakes discovered Mrs. Chater with Byron, but accused Septimus instead.
(b) Because Noakes tried to lead Septimus into temptation.
(c) Because Noakes discovered Septimus' tryst and told others about it.
(d) Because Noakes is dishonest.
5. What sound interrupts Lady Croom's conversation?
(a) Piano music.
(b) The steam engine.
(c) A scream.
(d) A gun shot.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who seems particularly offended by Septimus' dalliance with Mrs. Chater?
2. What does Septimus receive at the beginning of the scene?
3. Why does Gus run out of the room at the end of the scene?
4. What is Hannah reading at the beginning of the scene?
5. Thomasina is supposed to be studying
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Thomasina's character.
2. What effect does Hannah's discovery about Chater have on Bernard's article?
3. What plan of Byron's is objectionable to Lady Croom?
4. What is Thomasina's major objection to Cleopatra's obsession with love and sex?
5. What is Lady Croom's reason for inviting Septimus to her sitting room?
6. Why does Septimus receive a challenge?
7. How does Septimus manage to placate Lady Croom about his own behavior?
8. What has Chloe's mother done to help Bernard?
9. What example of dramatic irony occurs between Septimus and Thomasina?
10. Describe the relationship between Lady Croom and Thomasina.
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