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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 Mrs. Kehoe do after Eilis and Tony sleep together?
(a) Makes Eilis move to a different room.
(b) Refuses to speak to Eilis.
(c) Puts a lock on the basement door.
(d) Asks Eilis to leave.
2. What is Mr. Rosenblum's religious heritage?
3. What color stockings are going to be sold at Bartocci's store in Part III?
(c) Red Fox, Sepia, and Coffee.
(d) Black fox, taupe, and chocolate.
4. In Part III, Section 2, why does Father Flood come to Bartocci's to speak with Eilis?
(a) Rose has died.
(b) Jack has died.
(c) Martin has died.
(d) Her mother has died.
5. In Part III at the first parish dance, what instrument does an accordion player switch to when the music changes?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part III, what day of the week does Father Flood decide to hold dances?
2. What time does Eilis leave for the first parish dance in Part III?
3. What day of the week did Miss Keegan usually light a fire at the boarding house?
4. What is one of the songs the musicians play at the dance when Eilis meets Tony?
5. What does Eilis's mother say that Rose had been seeing a doctor for?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Eilis not have to pay for her tuition for Brooklyn College?
2. Why does Father Flood come to Bartocci's to speak with Eilis in Part III, Section 2?
3. What do Tony, Maurice, and Laurence buy together, and what do they plan to do?
4. What announcement does Father Flood make in Part III, Section 1?
5. What does Eilis learn about Mr. Rosenblum in the special law bookstore?
6. How does Eilis feel as she watches her first baseball game?
7. What is Eilis's new room like in Part III, Section 1?
8. Why does Mrs. Kehoe want to speak with Eilis at the beginning of Part III, Section 1?
9. Why does Eilis not spend Christmas with Tony's family in Part III, Section 2?
10. How is Eilis able to speak with her mother after Rose's death?
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