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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Where does Rosie take William?
(a) To join a whist game.
(b) To see Ted.
(c) To the horse track.
(d) To meet her daughter.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. What does William look forward to writing?
(a) Political essays.
(b) Nothing; he is tired of writing.
(c) Poetry.
(d) Books and plays.

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

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

7. What does Ted's study smell like?
(a) The pipe he used to smoke.
(b) The cigars he used to smoke.
(c) The scent of flowers as Amy keeps several bouquets in it.
(d) A musty museum.

8. To whom has Roy grown close?
(a) William.
(b) Rosie.
(c) Amy.
(d) The Traffords.

9. What does William say about Rosie's heart?
(a) It was cold.
(b) It was strong.
(c) It was weak.
(d) It was of gold.

10. What does William do in the evenings while living at Vincent Square?
(a) Reads to improve his mind.
(b) Socializes at the gentleman's club.
(c) Studies his medical material.
(d) Goes to the races with the Driffields.

11. What does Rosie say will happen in a hundred years?
(a) People will revere William as a poet.
(b) Women will be as free as men to enjoy sex without censure.
(c) People will live the way they wish.
(d) They will all be dead and none of this will matter.

12. Why is William bitter?
(a) That he has to leave London soon.
(b) That Rosie is so gleeful at the sable cape she receives.
(c) That Rosie seems interested in another man.
(d) That Rosie tells him he must share her.

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

14. What does William discover that surprises him?
(a) That Ted is the author of 20 books and on the brink of discovery.
(b) That Ted and Rosie are not actually married legally.
(c) That Roy is the same age as William and has already published several books.
(d) That Rosie if pregnant.

15. What does William notice about Amy?
(a) She is submissive to men.
(b) She is quite pretty.
(c) She is a bit churlish.
(d) She is good at getting her own way.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who greets William as he walks down High Street?

2. What does Mrs. Hudson laugh at?

3. What does Rosie do instead of talking a lot?

4. What does Rosie read a lot of?

5. Why does William say Ted would not have taken Rosie back?

(see the answer keys)

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