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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. Who does Lady Delacour say is the only man who truly loved her?
(b) Lord Delacour.
(c) Mr. Hervey.
(d) Her father.
2. What does Lady Delacour say caused the final break with her friend, Mrs. Freke?
(a) She'd had an affair with Lord Delacour.
(b) She'd had an affair with Mr. Hervey.
(c) She'd gone to the country with Mrs. Luttridge.
(d) She'd gone to visit Mrs. Stanhope.
3. How old does Lady Delacour say Lord Delacour is?
4. Who is the servant holding the Lady Delacour's costumes as she tries to make a decision?
5. What is the advice in the song Dr. X sings just before he prepares to leave for Cambridge?
(a) That it's good for a man to have mistresses.
(b) That it's good to sometimes allow foolishness.
(c) That it's good to have one love at a time.
(d) That it's good to give way occasionally to jealousy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lady Delacour say a man is lost to once he marries?
2. Why does Mr. Hervey invite Dr. X to accompany him the following morning?
3. What does Mr. Hervery promise to buy for Lady Delacour?
4. Why does Lord Delacour change his normal routine to have breakfast with the family the day after Helena's arrival?
5. What does Belinda discover Lady Delacour has done with money Belinda gave her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the result when Belinda and Lady Delacour exchange costumes for the ball?
2. What does Belinda realize about people who seem happy, including Lady Delacour?
3. What does Lady Delacour say should be Helena's fate?
4. What does Mrs. Stanhope say should be Belinda's first actions and what must she avoid, considering the rumors that are circulating?
5. What does Dr. X tell Belinda about Lady Delacour's disease?
6. What are Belinda's thoughts upon her discovery of having spent three hours in the library alone on the night of the birth-night ball?
7. How do Belinda and Mr. Hervey convince Lady Delacour to see Helena?
8. What Mrs. Stanhope's peculiarity when it comes to writing letters about specific people, places and events?
9. Briefly describe the scene in which Sir Phillip announces his intention to propose.
10. What are the basics of the note Lady Delacour sends to Belinda the day after the ball?
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