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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 was an oddity in regards to his nervousness in Chapter 4?
(a) That is came at all.
(b) That he was not more nervous.
(c) That it came before his doubts.
(d) That he was less nervous than he had thought.
2. Complete this sentence: "Ah you not being aware of it is the _________ in the strangeness."
3. What does John say had only been smothered, but still throbbed and could bleed?
(a) His desire.
(b) His secret.
(c) His ache.
(d) His heartache.
4. What does the narrator say May's grave was John's one witness to in Chapter 6?
(a) A past glory.
(b) His one home.
(c) His heart.
(d) His demise.
5. What does the narrator say May sat without for the first time that year at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(a) A scarf.
(b) A blanket.
(c) Her chair.
(d) A fire.
6. Who comes into the room where May and John are having their conversation near the end of Chapter 4?
(a) May's maid.
(b) May's cousin.
(c) A cat.
(d) A dog.
7. What does John claim he was afraid of during his conversation with May in Chapter 4?
8. What does May do when John places his hand on the arm of her chair in Chapter 5?
(a) Pushes it away.
(b) Puts her hand on his.
(c) Holds it.
(d) Kisses it.
9. What is John afraid will happen if he moved from May's grave in Chapter 6?
(a) He would always be alone.
(b) He would be broken forever.
(c) He would die.
(d) He would not recover.
10. Where does John sit after leaving May's house at the beginning of Chapter 5?
(a) On a stool.
(b) On the ground.
(c) In a chair,
(d) On a bench.
11. Finish this sentence: "If you're glad of what it's not it might then have been _____."
12. Where does it say John traveled to during his travels in Chapter 6?
13. Where does John go after leaving May's house at the beginning of Chapter 5?
(a) A bar.
(b) A restaurant.
(c) His house.
(d) A park.
14. What is May's response to John when he asks her what is to happen to him at the end of Chapter 4?
(a) "What might have been."
(b) "It has been done."
(c) "What was to".
(d) "What will."
15. What does the narrator say May's name on her headstone did to John in Chapter 6?
(a) Hurt him.
(b) Killed him.
(c) Smote him.
(d) Silenced him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Complete this sentence: "I would _____ for you still--if I could."
2. What distinction does John believe he has that is a terrible truth to him?
3. How often does the narrator say John would visit May's grave?
4. Finish this sentence: "It seems to me I liked it better present, as you say, than I can like it absent with your _________."
5. Where does John say his time with May moved him more than his impressions of?
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