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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. On what does John say he doesn't 't think a lady is meant to accompany him in Chapter 2?
(a) A witch hunt.
(b) Important matters.
(c) A tiger hunt.
(d) A soul search.
2. What does May say to John regarding his secret at the very end of Chapter 2?
(a) "It will be fine."
(b) "You'll never find out."
(c) "What do you think of this?"
(d) "It's going to be soon."
3. Which of the following attributes does John say about May regarding her interest in his secret in Chapter 2?
4. 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?"
(a) Having a family.
(b) Being sick.
(d) Falling in love.
5. What does May say to John when he asks her how he could ever repay her keeping his secret in Chapter 3?
(a) "By going on as you are."
(b) "Lets go off together happily."
(c) "We shall celebrate."
(d) "Go be happy and conspire."
Short Answer Questions
1. Complete this sentence: "Only, you know, the form and the way in your case were to have been--well, something so _____ and, as one may say, so particularly your own."
2. What does John say he took the measurement of in the interest of his and May's nerves in Chapter 3?
3. How many years does May say it has been since her first meeting with the narrator?
4. What does John say May's whole attitude was in Chapter 2?
5. What does the narrator say the guests who "took such matters with the last seriousness" give themselves up to in Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the nature of John's realization in regards to passion in Chapter 6?
2. How is the setting of John and May's conversation in the house after the luncheon described in Chapter 1?
3. How is the short confrontation between John and the other man mourning in the cemetery described in Chapter 6?
4. How does John describe May's nerves in Chapter 3?
5. How does John describe May when she rises from her chair in Chapter 4?
6. How are the "depths" between May and John described in Chapter 3?
7. In what way does John describe his ownership of May's grave near the beginning of Chapter 6?
8. What is the nature of John's pondering about the secret he has shared with May in Chapter 2?
9. What does John do after he is turned away at May's house at the beginning of Chapter 5?
10. How does John describe the events that led to May receiving property from a deceased relative in Chapter 2?
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