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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 does May suggest what the narrator describes as "perhaps but the expectation--or at any rate the sense of danger, familiar to so many people?"
(b) Having a family.
(c) Falling in love.
(d) Being sick.
2. What do May and John do together in Chapter 3 that reminds him of the question she wouldn't answer for him regarding his secret?
(b) Go over opera passages.
(c) Listen to operas.
(d) Play the piano.
3. Complete this sentence: "Not indeed that I in the least connect with my impression the _______ name you use".
4. What does John say the rest of the world thought of him as, but that May understands?
5. What does May say to John when he asks her how he could ever repay her keeping his secret in Chapter 3?
(a) "Go be happy and conspire."
(b) "By going on as you are."
(c) "Lets go off together happily."
(d) "We shall celebrate."
Short Answer Questions
1. Finish this sentence: "You know you told me something I've never forgotten and that again and again has made me think of you since; it was that tremendously hot day when we went to Sorrento, across the bay, for the ________".
2. What does May refer to John's secret as to him in Chapter 2?
3. What event does John say made his and May's meetings more multiplied at the beginning of Chapter 2?
4. What type of speech does the narrator say "he saw in this no vulgar reminder of" regarding his conversation with May?
5. What does say he is John after May says she is impressed with his new attitude near the end of Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does John describe seeing the Beast and how does he react to this at the end of Chapter 6?
2. In what ways does John describe how his change from his old self is final and absolute in Chapter 5?
3. How does John describe May's nerves in Chapter 3?
4. What does John say he does during his yearlong journey at the beginning of Chapter 6?
5. What belief does John say he must live to believe in Chapter 6?
6. How does John say he feels about May spending so much of her life concerned with his secret in Chapter 3?
7. How does May describe the day she and John met to him in Chapter 1?
8. What is the nature of John and May's conversation regarding his being able to face "the worst of it" in Chapter 4?
9. How does John describe the events that led to May receiving property from a deceased relative in Chapter 2?
10. What does the narrator say the guests of the luncheon do after they have finished eating near the beginning of Chapter 1?
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