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

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. What does Ted seem to be doing?
(a) William has no sense about it.
(b) Getting ready to snatch a piece of fame.
(c) Broadening his horizons.
(d) Getting ready to divorce Rosie.

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

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

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

6. What does William sense about Ted's affect?
(a) He is unhappy.
(b) He is in love.
(c) He is growing aloof.
(d) He is becoming surly.

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

8. Of what does Isabel convince Ted?
(a) That he does not need Rosie.
(b) That women are dying to marry him.
(c) That he is the greatest writer of his day.
(d) That she knows what is best for him.

9. With whom does Ted spend most of his time at the Saturday gatherings?
(a) With Kear and Kemp.
(b) With Isabel.
(c) With Rosie.
(d) With older and more important guests than William.

10. What makes William weak in the knees?
(a) Nothing; he has learned to control his emotions now.
(b) Rosie kissing him on the cheek.
(c) Seeing Rosie assume a pose by a canvas of a painting of her.
(d) Seeing a new guest at the party who is beautiful.

11. What surprises Rose about Ted's death?
(a) How old he was.
(b) That he had remarried.
(c) How much fuss the press makes.
(d) That he doesn't die in Blakestable as he always wanted to do.

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

13. What is the reaction to the book he publishes?
(a) Excitement.
(b) Indifference.
(c) Outrage.
(d) Acclaim.

14. How does Rosie keep in touch with Blackstable?
(a) Through Mrs. Ashenben.
(b) Through biweekly visits to her mother in Haversham.
(c) Through Mary-Ann.
(d) Through the curate.

15. What does William learn from Newton one day?
(a) That Rosie has left Ted for Kemp.
(b) That Rosie is dead.
(c) That Ted has a mistress.
(d) That Ted is dying.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where do William and Rosie often go?

2. How does Isabel respond to Ted's marriage?

3. What surname does Rosie and George take when they come to America?

4. What happens to Kemp's business deal?

5. Where does Isabel accompany Ted to?

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