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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Briony see Robbie and Cecilia talking?
2. What breaks when Robbie and Cecilia argue over who will help with filling it?
3. Who was a war hero whose funeral Cecilia barely remembers?
4. Robbie the son of _________________.
(a) The local banking heir
(b) Constance Turner
(d) The family cleaning lady
5. Where does Briony decide she will wait until some real event takes place?
(a) The fountain
(b) The garden
(c) The bridge
(d) The grass
6. What kind of writer does Briony become at this point?
(a) Irrealism narrative
(b) Amoral psychological realism
(c) Creative archetypal
(d) Immoral mental creationism
7. What does Briony not want to have done with her anymore?
8. What is Briony angrily slashing as she constructs a new story for the arrival of her brother?
(b) The birch tree
(c) The grass
9. What does Robbie do for the Tallis family?
(b) Makes meals
(c) Plays music
10. Who comes to the doorway of Lola and her brothers to introduce themselves?
11. Which member of the Tallis family is coming home, hence Briony's preoccupation with writing the play for this particular person's celebration?
12. When Briony's fantasy fades, the difficult _________ occurs.
(c) Coming back
13. About what subject is the book from the library that Robbie borrowed days before?
14. Who strips to his/her underwear to retrieve the broken piece?
15. What do Emily's daughters call her, knowing that she does not give them the attention they should get as her children?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Briony imagine herself to be, as an expert at slashing the nettles in the yard?
2. What does Lola not want the answer to #54 to talk about around her brothers?
3. What is it that Cecilia feels satisfied that is undetectable?
4. Briony often wonders if others think about life's _________ as much as she does.
5. What play does the answer to #54 talk about with Lola?
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