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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. Brice accuses Septimus of ___________.
2. Thomasina delivers a letter from ________________.
(a) Mrs. Chater.
(b) Lady Croom.
(c) Mr. Chater.
(d) Mr. Noakes.
3. Why does Valentine suggest Bernard did not receive a reply to his letter from Lord Croom?
(a) It was typewritten, and Lord Croom did not read those letters.
(b) It was typewritten, and Lord Croom thought it was a manuscript.
(c) It was illegible.
(d) It was typewritten, and Lord Croom thought it was a bill.
4. Why is Hannah at Sidley Park?
(a) She is writing a history of the garden.
(b) She is writing a history of Byron's duels.
(c) She is writing a history of Lord Croom.
(d) She is writing a history of Noakes.
5. Chater accuses Septimus of __________________-.
(a) Betraying his wife.
(b) Insulting his wife.
(c) Stealing his wife.
(d) Misleading his wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Septimus admits to ______________________.
2. Thomasina does not discover that Septimus was found with Mrs. Chater because_____________________________.
3. Chater realizes that Byron intends ____________________.
4. Where are the game books kept?
5. Thomasina believes she has made a discovery in ______________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What example of dramatic irony occurs between Septimus and Thomasina?
2. What is the theory of heat exchange discussed in the scene?
3. Why does Septimus burn Byron's letter without reading it?
4. What "compact" has Septimus made with Thomasina in the hermitage?
5. What mistake has Bernard made in researching the letters he found in Byron's book?
6. What comfort does Lady Croom take in her brother's marriage to Mrs. Chater?
7. How does Lady Croom's interpretation of "Et in Arcadia ego!" differ from Septimus'?
8. What is Bernard's attitude about teaching?
9. What is Bernard's objection to Valentine's assertion that knowledge is all that matters?
10. Describe Chater's character.
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