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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 the name of Uncle Baudu's store?
(a) Bon Vivant.
(b) Vieil Elbeuf.
(c) Creme Patissiere.
(d) Vieil Baudain.
2. What is Denise's constant worry?
(a) Learning a new skill.
(b) Getting a better job.
(c) Having enough money.
(d) Jean's health issues.
3. Who does Mouret hope to meet at the tea?
(a) Baron Hartmann.
(b) Baron Hauptmann.
(c) Uncle Baudu.
4. What does Robineau reveal about the coat whose quality a customer complains?
(a) He bought it at Au Bonheur des Dames.
(b) He had it made just for that customer.
(c) He had his best seamstress make it.
(d) He bought the finest wool available.
5. In what department does Pauline work?
(c) Ladies wear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Denise do after her dismissal from Au Bonheur des Dames?
2. Which of the following is NOT imagery presented in this chapter?
3. Robineau mentions an opening in the ____________ department at Au Bonheur des Dames.
4. What position does Albert's father, Lhomme, have at the store?
5. What happens to the business where Denise moonlights?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Denise's reactions to Pauline's suggestion on how to assuage her loneliness?
2. What does the color white symbolize in Chapter 14?
3. Who is Mouret intent on meeting at Madame Desforges' tea and why is this meeting important to him?
4. Summarize the story of AU BONHEUR DES DAMES.
5. According to Madame Desforges, how do distinguished women view Mouret's store?
6. Explain the symbolism of the windows in Chapter 13.
7. Explain the imagery of comparing the store to a church or temple.
8. Why can Baudu no longer honor the offer he had made to Denise a year ago?
9. How does Madame Desforges treat Denise when she realizes that Mouret is interested in Denise?
10. What is the burgeoning awareness between Mouret and Denise?
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