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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What renowned poet does Isabel manage?
(a) Jasper Gibbons.
(b) Chesterton.
(c) Aldington.
(d) Crowley.

2. What is the Bear and Key where William stays like?
(a) Grubby and unchanged.
(b) Newly remodeled and elegant.
(c) Clean but sparsely furnished.
(d) In a total state of disrepair.

3. Where does William meet Rosie one day?
(a) Outside the gentleman's club.
(b) At Vauxhall Bridge Road.
(c) In a small book store along the Thames.
(d) At a tea party.

4. What does Rosie encourage William to do?
(a) To leave London after his medical training.
(b) To go to dinner and a play with Retford.
(c) To become more and more daring.
(d) To find other women to date.

5. How does William once describe Rosie?
(a) Seductive.
(b) Virginal and enchanting.
(c) Maligned unjustly.
(d) Knowledgeable in the ways of the world.

6. To what do the Driffields invite William?
(a) To a book reading.
(b) To share thier box at the horse track.
(c) To some friends's home for tea.
(d) To their regular Saturday afternoon gatherings.

7. Where does money come from to Mrs. Grann?
(a) Boston.
(b) New York.
(c) Washington, D.C.
(d) New Orleans.

8. To William, how does Rosie always remain?
(a) Unspoiled and artless.
(b) Fun but not too bright.
(c) Deceitful but fun.
(d) Warm and caring but with a layer of roughness.

9. What portrait is there that shows a work of Hillier?
(a) Hillier's Ted and Rosie's little girl.
(b) Hillier's of Ted and Rosie together.
(c) Hillier's portrait of Rosie.
(d) Hillier's portrait of Ted.

10. How does William remember Rosie?
(a) Alive and passionate.
(b) As fresh and innocent.
(c) As a madonna figure.
(d) Only vaguely.

11. Why does Rosie rarely attend luncheons and teas?
(a) She is bored with them.
(b) She does not understand the lectures.
(c) She has too many other things to do.
(d) She knows that she is not truly wanted.

12. What does Isabel claim about the new Mrs. Driffield?
(a) She makes no statements about the new wife.
(b) She wants his money.
(c) She is so much Ted's intellectual inferior.
(d) She is just what Ted needs.

13. What happens to Kemp's business deal?
(a) It falls through and a warrant is issued for Kemp.
(b) It is thriving.
(c) He ends all business deals.
(d) It is just in its infancy.

14. In what type of neighborhood do the Driffields reside?
(a) A lower working-class one that is loud and smelly.
(b) One that had once been respectable but has declined.
(c) An upper middle class, neat and well kept one.
(d) One that is on the edge of the homes of the peerage.

15. Who keeps Rosie occupied for a couple weeks?
(a) Kear.
(b) Jack Kuyper.
(c) Kemp.
(d) Ted.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Quentin Forde most interested in at the Driffields' parties?

2. How does Rosie act about her and Ted leaving debts in Blackstable?

3. With what motif is William's old room decorated?

4. To whom has Roy grown close?

5. What does William discover that surprises him?

(see the answer keys)

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