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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. In the pageant, what is used to represent a lake?
(a) The garden's pond.
(b) A sheet.
(c) Tin foil.
(d) A basin.
2. What is the character, Eleanor's, surname?
3. How does Albert create the sound of horses' hooves?
(a) With a wooden spoon.
(b) With a drum.
(c) With coconuts.
(d) With a paper tube.
4. Who does Giles invite to the greenhouse?
(b) Mrs. Manresa.
(c) Miss La Trobe.
(d) Mrs. Swithin.
5. Where does Isa invite William to go while they are in the barn?
(a) The lily pond.
(b) The greenhouse.
(c) The orchard.
(d) The stables.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mrs. Swithin name leaves after that are floating on the water?
2. What does the family have for dessert after the pageant?
3. What is Mr. Oliver's laughter after "Where There's a Will, There's a Way" ends compared to?
4. What is Lady Harraden's second scheme to get Flavinda's father's wealth?
5. In the romantic comedy, who does the girl's aunt arrange for her to marry?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Miss La Trobe evaluate her pageant after it is done? What does she begin to plan as she leaves Pointz Hall?
2. What does William think to himself as he says good-bye to Mrs. Swithin?
3. What did Miss La Trobe hope to start the "Ourselves" section of the pageant with?
4. What do Isa, William and Giles think about after "A Picnic Party" ends?
5. How does one audience member critique the play-within-a-play, "Where There's a Will, There's a Way"?
6. What does the narrator predict will happen between Giles and Isa at the end of the novel?
7. What does the second scene of "Where There's a Will, There's a Way" depict?
8. How is the stage set for "A Picnic Party"?
9. What makes Isa angry when she sees Giles in the barn?
10. When Mrs. Swithin suggests thanking Miss La Trobe after the pageant is over, what does Mr. Oliver explain?
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