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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Ted publish?
(a) The Cup of Life.
(b) The Cup is Full.
(c) The Life of Chasing the Grail.
(d) The Life's Cup.
2. Who is Lionel Hillier?
(a) A sculptor.
(b) A flamboyant painter.
(c) A poet.
(d) A dramatist.
3. What does Rosie do instead of talking a lot?
(a) Reads out loud interesting bits of information.
(b) Gets others to talk about themselves.
(d) Includes her companions in "persuasive well-being."
4. What happens to Kemp's business deal?
(a) It is just in its infancy.
(b) It falls through and a warrant is issued for Kemp.
(c) He ends all business deals.
(d) It is thriving.
5. What does William notice about Amy?
(a) She is submissive to men.
(b) She is good at getting her own way.
(c) She is a bit churlish.
(d) She is quite pretty.
6. What does William do in the evenings while living at Vincent Square?
(a) Goes to the races with the Driffields.
(b) Reads to improve his mind.
(c) Socializes at the gentleman's club.
(d) Studies his medical material.
7. What happens between Ted and his nurse?
(a) She ends up introducing him to his next wife.
(b) They collaborate on a new book.
(c) She ends up suing him.
(d) They marry.
8. To what do the Driffields invite William?
(a) To share thier box at the horse track.
(b) To their regular Saturday afternoon gatherings.
(c) To some friends's home for tea.
(d) To a book reading.
9. What does Mrs. Hudson laugh at?
(a) William's silly jokes.
(b) She does not laugh and is a somewhat dour woman.
(c) The bills Parliament passes these days.
(d) All the things that she has seen and heard.
10. With what motif is William's old room decorated?
(b) No particular motif.
11. What surname does Rosie and George take when they come to America?
12. In what type of neighborhood do the Driffields reside?
(a) One that is on the edge of the homes of the peerage.
(b) One that had once been respectable but has declined.
(c) A lower working-class one that is loud and smelly.
(d) An upper middle class, neat and well kept one.
13. Where does William meet Rosie one day?
(a) At Vauxhall Bridge Road.
(b) Outside the gentleman's club.
(c) In a small book store along the Thames.
(d) At a tea party.
14. What does Ted's study smell like?
(a) The cigars he used to smoke.
(b) The scent of flowers as Amy keeps several bouquets in it.
(c) A musty museum.
(d) The pipe he used to smoke.
15. Why is William bitter?
(a) That Rosie is so gleeful at the sable cape she receives.
(b) That Rosie tells him he must share her.
(c) That he has to leave London soon.
(d) That Rosie seems interested in another man.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Roy and William meet?
2. With what is Ted preoccupied?
3. Why does Hillier seems suspicious at the Saturday afternoon parties?
4. What does William notice for the first time about Rosie?
5. What does William think of as the "crown of literature?"
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