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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Rosie say will happen in a hundred years?
(a) They will all be dead and none of this will matter.
(b) People will revere William as a poet.
(c) People will live the way they wish.
(d) Women will be as free as men to enjoy sex without censure.
2. Who does Rosie say is always the perfect gentleman?
3. How does William remember Rosie?
(a) As fresh and innocent.
(b) Alive and passionate.
(c) Only vaguely.
(d) As a madonna figure.
4. 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 makes no statements about the new wife.
(d) She wants his money.
5. Who calls Rosie a nymphomaniac?
6. How does William once describe Rosie?
(a) Virginal and enchanting.
(b) Maligned unjustly.
(c) Knowledgeable in the ways of the world.
7. To William, how does Rosie always remain?
(a) Warm and caring but with a layer of roughness.
(b) Fun but not too bright.
(c) Unspoiled and artless.
(d) Deceitful but fun.
8. What renowned poet does Isabel manage?
(c) Jasper Gibbons.
9. What happens when Ted catches pneumonia?
(a) Isabel is frail and unable to care fo him.
(b) Isabel hires Mary-Ann to nurse him.
(c) He returns to Blakestable for his sister to nurse him.
(d) Isabel contacts William.
10. What does William do all day while living at Vincent Square?
(a) Lecture to students.
(d) Work at the hospital.
11. What does Isabel say Rosie looks like in the painting of her?
(a) A vengeful goddess.
(b) Eve in the garden.
(c) A sacrificial heifer.
(d) A river sprite.
12. What does William notice for the first time about Rosie?
(a) She has full lips.
(b) She has bad teeth.
(c) She is pretty.
(d) She is much older than he.
13. Where do Roy and William meet?
(a) Victoria Station.
(b) Near Big Ben.
(c) Trafalger Square.
14. 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 is bored with them.
(d) She knows that she is not truly wanted.
15. Where do William and Rosie often go?
(a) The opera.
(b) Music halls or theaters.
(c) The symphony.
(d) To other friends's homes for whist.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Rosie live?
2. What does Rosie encourage William to do?
3. What is the landlady's strict policy about fire?
4. To what do the Driffields invite William?
5. What portrait is there that shows a work of Hillier?
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