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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 is it that Cecilia feels satisfied that is undetectable?
(a) The threats she's made to Robbie
(b) The repairs to the vase
(c) Her true feelings about Robbie
(d) The stain on her dress
2. What kind of writer does Briony become at this point?
(a) Irrealism narrative
(b) Amoral psychological realism
(c) Creative archetypal
(d) Immoral mental creationism
3. Robbie knows he must speak to Cecilia about his feelings before she _________.
(a) Tells her father
(b) Tells someone else
(c) Goes away
(d) Finds someone else
4. What does Robbie do for the Tallis family?
(c) Makes meals
(d) Plays music
5. What does Briony think she should have done for her brother?
(a) Made him a medal
(c) Written a story
(d) Written a poem
Short Answer Questions
1. Robbie's mother, __________, is a woman whose services are greatly valued by the Tallis family.
2. What is Lola's relation to Briony?
3. Who does Emily think will be hindered in her search for a husband because of her education level?
4. Who comes to the doorway of Lola and her brothers to introduce themselves?
5. In how many points of view does Briony want to write about the scene she has just seen?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Briony imagine herself to be?
2. What is the celebration that Briony writes about in this final section?
3. What does Emily think will prevent Cecilia from finding a husband?
4. Who enters the library and catches Robbie and Cecilia?
5. How does Briony reveal her true self within this section?
6. What mystery does Briony begin to contemplate as she is looking at her hand?
7. Who approaches Cecilia as she is changing for dinner?
8. Where does Cecilia run off to in order to be free of her mother?
9. What does Cecilia try to do in order to recover the appearance of the vase?
10. What is Cecilia doing in response to the attack?
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