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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 street is Isabelle's house located?
(a) Boulevard du Basque.
(b) Boulevard du Cange.
(c) Boulevard du Maire.
(d) Boulevard du Aguillion.
2. From whom does Jack receive a letter which he delays opening?
(a) His father.
(b) His wife.
(c) His mother.
(d) His brother.
3. In St.-Remy-de-Provence, Stephen gets a job as _________________________.
(a) A newspaper apprentice.
(b) Assistant to a furniture maker.
(c) A chef.
(d) A cobbler.
4. Why is Mr. Azaire in a good mood at the beginning of Section 3?
(a) Meyreaux is close to terms with the strikers.
(b) Isabelle is finally pregnant.
(c) The family leaves for vacation tomorrow.
(d) He has a new wealthy customer.
5. How old was Isabelle when she met Jean Destournel?
Short Answer Questions
1. Captain Gray tells Stephen that Stephen's men will fight better if ________________________.
2. Why does Stephen not go after Isabelle when she leaves?
3. What does Jack's wife tell him about their son in a letter?
4. Why does Stephen decide not to return to England?
5. What does Isabelle tell Azaire about Stephen?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Weir filled with anxiety when Stephen tells him he is taking him to the village one night?
2. Why has Stephen come to France?
3. What is Lisette's interest in Stephen?
4. Why does Stephen feel that he cannot return to England when his employer tells him to do so?
5. How did Stephen channel the loss of Isabelle into his behavior in the war?
6. What two events foreshadow Stephen's romantic relationship with Mme. Azaire (Isabelle)?
7. What logic does Stephen employ when Isabelle is hesitant to go to England with Stephen?
8. How does Stephen punish Jack for falling asleep on sentry duty?
9. How does Azaire learn that Isabelle is running away with Stephen?
10. What does Isabelle know her life will be when Stephen returns to England?
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