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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does William once describe Rosie?
(a) Virginal and enchanting.
(b) Maligned unjustly.
(d) Knowledgeable in the ways of the world.
2. What does Rosie do after William weeps at his home?
(a) Crys also.
(b) Undresses and makes love with him.
(c) Comforts him like a mother.
(d) Tells him he is silly.
3. How does Rosie act about her and Ted leaving debts in Blackstable?
(a) She justifies their position.
(b) She is embarrassed.
(c) She laughs it off.
(d) She pretends she did not know that Ted had debts.
4. In what type of neighborhood do the Driffields reside?
(a) A lower working-class one that is loud and smelly.
(b) An upper middle class, neat and well kept one.
(c) One that is on the edge of the homes of the peerage.
(d) One that had once been respectable but has declined.
5. What happens between Ted and his nurse?
(a) They collaborate on a new book.
(b) They marry.
(c) She ends up introducing him to his next wife.
(d) She ends up suing him.
6. Where is William a medical student?
(a) St. Hippocrate's Hospital in London.
(b) He never studies medicine.
(c) St. Joeseh's Hospital in Paris.
(d) St. Luke's Hospital in London.
7. What is one thing that has not changed about Rosie when William sees her late in her life?
(a) Her deepset, sparkling eyes.
(b) Her good figure.
(c) Her concern for others.
(d) Her child-like and mischievous smile.
8. Where does Isabel accompany Ted to?
(c) Every party to which he is invited.
(d) New York.
9. What does Isabel say Rosie looks like in the painting of her?
(a) A sacrificial heifer.
(b) Eve in the garden.
(c) A vengeful goddess.
(d) A river sprite.
10. Who is Lionel Hillier?
(a) A dramatist.
(b) A sculptor.
(c) A poet.
(d) A flamboyant painter.
11. Of what does Isabel convince Ted?
(a) That women are dying to marry him.
(b) That he is the greatest writer of his day.
(c) That she knows what is best for him.
(d) That he does not need Rosie.
12. What habit does William get into doing?
(a) Walking with Rosie in the neighborhood.
(b) Reading only one hour a night instead of four.
(c) Attending the Driffields' parties.
(d) Writing on his book one hour a day.
13. What is the Driffield's furniture like?
(a) A lot of mismatched pieces from various eras.
(b) Shaker like.
(c) Simple and elegant.
(d) Heavy and outdated.
14. What does the Bear and Key rent William?
(a) An old Rolls.
(b) A bicycle.
(c) An old Bentley.
(d) A dilapidated Daimler.
15. What renowned poet does Isabel manage?
(b) Jasper Gibbons.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes William weak in the knees?
2. What does Rosie say when William says she might be having sex with all of her male friends?
3. What does William learn from Newton one day?
4. With what is Ted preoccupied?
5. What does Ted next write?
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