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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Amy sure that Ted did not know?
(a) That Rosie had been married twice before meeting Ted.
(b) That Rosie talked badly about Ted behind his back.
(c) About Rosie's affairs.
(d) About Ted's brother taking all the money from his parents' estate.

2. What is the Driffield's furniture like?
(a) Shaker like.
(b) Heavy and outdated.
(c) A lot of mismatched pieces from various eras.
(d) Simple and elegant.

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

4. What does Isabel say Rosie looks like in the painting of her?
(a) A vengeful goddess.
(b) A river sprite.
(c) Eve in the garden.
(d) A sacrificial heifer.

5. In what type of neighborhood do the Driffields reside?
(a) A lower working-class one that is loud and smelly.
(b) One that is on the edge of the homes of the peerage.
(c) One that had once been respectable but has declined.
(d) An upper middle class, neat and well kept one.

6. Why does Hillier seems suspicious at the Saturday afternoon parties?
(a) No particular reason.
(b) Because Rosie and William exchange secret looks.
(c) Because Rosie and William call each other pet names.
(d) Because Rosie and William laugh at nothing.

7. What does Rosie do instead of talking a lot?
(a) Reads out loud interesting bits of information.
(b) Sings.
(c) Includes her companions in "persuasive well-being."
(d) Gets others to talk about themselves.

8. Why does William say Ted would not have taken Rosie back?
(a) Ted would be afraid he would not measure up to Kemp.
(b) Ted would feel cuckolded.
(c) Ted's strong feelings had passed.
(d) Ted would always wonder if she would leave again and it would harm his artitic life.

9. Who visits Ted and Amy's house while William is there?
(a) Two Italians.
(b) Two Americans.
(c) Two Germans.
(d) A Russian.

10. Who keeps Rosie occupied for a couple weeks?
(a) Ted.
(b) Kear.
(c) Jack Kuyper.
(d) Kemp.

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

12. What does the Bear and Key rent William?
(a) A bicycle.
(b) An old Rolls.
(c) A dilapidated Daimler.
(d) An old Bentley.

13. 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.

14. What does Rosie encourage William to do?
(a) To go to dinner and a play with Retford.
(b) To find other women to date.
(c) To leave London after his medical training.
(d) To become more and more daring.

15. Who does William meet through the Driffields?
(a) Creative people.
(b) Roy Kear.
(c) His future wife.
(d) Lord George.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does William say about Rosie's heart?

2. What does William notice about Amy?

3. Who did Rosie think Ted would marry rather than Amy?

4. What is Quentin Forde most interested in at the Driffields' parties?

5. What does Ted's study smell like?

(see the answer keys)

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