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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does John say an outlook geared towards talking about his secret with May would cause him to have?
(a) An ear ache.
(b) A sore throat.
(c) A hunchback.
(d) A headache.
2. What is May's last name?
3. What does May ask John is in question for her after they begin discussing his secret near the beginning of Chapter 3?
(a) Her happiness.
(b) Her sanity.
(c) Her intimacy.
(d) Her sadness.
4. What was over the chimney in the room where John and May begin their conversation in Chapter 1?
(a) A mirror.
(b) A wreath.
(c) A portrait.
(d) A cross.
5. What does John tell May he often wonders if it's fair in Chapter 2?
(a) For he and May to be friends.
(b) For May to be granted her inheritance.
(c) For he and May to become married.
(d) For May to be so involved in his secret.
6. What does John say was the reason he was at the house in Chapter 1?
(a) A date.
(b) A luncheon.
(c) A business meeting.
(d) To meet a friend.
7. What does John say is the one desire he has left at the end of Chapter 4?
(a) To be happy.
(b) That he shouldn't have been sold.
(c) To be rich.
(d) To be alone.
8. What does John attribute as the reason for May being named the successor of her aunt's estate?
(a) Her warm heart.
(b) Her high tone and high temper.
(c) Her resilience.
(d) Her gumption.
9. On what does John say he doesn't 't think a lady is meant to accompany him in Chapter 2?
(a) Important matters.
(b) A soul search.
(c) A tiger hunt.
(d) A witch hunt.
10. What event does John say made his and May's meetings more multiplied at the beginning of Chapter 2?
(a) Her moving to the country.
(b) His losing his job.
(c) Her great-aunt's death.
(d) Her moving to his house.
11. How many years does May say it has been since her first meeting with the narrator?
12. What does the narrator say John kept up and felt very decently about in Chapter 3?
(a) His future.
(b) May's health.
(c) His unselfishness.
(d) May's future.
13. Complete this sentence: "Our habit saves you, at least, don't you see because it makes you, after all, for the ______, indistinguishable from other men."
14. Where does May tell John they actually met?
15. What does May say was the "incident" that caused her to "seek refuge" when she had met the narrator for the first time?
(a) A monsoon.
(b) A tornado.
(c) A thunderstorm.
(d) A sandstorm.
Short Answer Questions
1. Finish this sentence: "You mean you feel how my obsession--poor old thing--may correspond to some possible ______."
2. What realization causes John's breath of good faith to come short in Chapter 3?
3. Where does John say he took May during their visits in Chapter 2?
4. What does the narrator say was the character of the only things that passed between May and John at the beginning of Chapter 3?
5. What does John ask to himself in regards to May's "appearance of variation from the usual human type?"
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