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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Rosie act about her and Ted leaving debts in Blackstable?
(a) She laughs it off.
(b) She pretends she did not know that Ted had debts.
(c) She justifies their position.
(d) She is embarrassed.
2. How does Isabel respond to Ted's marriage?
(a) She is happy for him.
(b) She is upset.
(c) She hopes he will now be able to write more.
(d) She hates him for it.
3. What does Rosie do instead of talking a lot?
(a) Reads out loud interesting bits of information.
(c) Includes her companions in "persuasive well-being."
(d) Gets others to talk about themselves.
4. Where does Rosie live?
(a) Newport News.
5. What does William look forward to writing?
(b) Books and plays.
(c) Political essays.
(d) Nothing; he is tired of writing.
6. Who visits Ted and Amy's house while William is there?
(a) Two Germans.
(b) Two Italians.
(c) Two Americans.
(d) A Russian.
7. What does William do all day while living at Vincent Square?
(a) Work at the hospital.
(b) Lecture to students.
8. What is the reaction to the book he publishes?
9. Who attends Ted and Rosie's parties who helps propel artists to fame?
(a) The Duke of York.
(b) The Editor of McMillian Publishing.
(c) Isabel Trafford.
(d) Lord George.
10. What does Rosie do as Ted writes at night?
(a) Goes out with her friends.
11. Where do William and Rosie often go?
(a) The symphony.
(b) Music halls or theaters.
(c) The opera.
(d) To other friends's homes for whist.
12. With whom does Ted spend most of his time at the Saturday gatherings?
(a) With Rosie.
(b) With Isabel.
(c) With older and more important guests than William.
(d) With Kear and Kemp.
13. Why does Rosie rarely attend luncheons and teas?
(a) She does not understand the lectures.
(b) She knows that she is not truly wanted.
(c) She is bored with them.
(d) She has too many other things to do.
14. In what type of neighborhood do the Driffields reside?
(a) A lower working-class one that is loud and smelly.
(b) An upper middle class, neat and well kept one.
(c) One that is on the edge of the homes of the peerage.
(d) One that had once been respectable but has declined.
15. What does William notice about Amy?
(a) She is good at getting her own way.
(b) She is quite pretty.
(c) She is submissive to men.
(d) She is a bit churlish.
Short Answer Questions
1. With what is Ted preoccupied?
2. What happens to Kemp's business deal?
3. With what motif is William's old room decorated?
4. What surname does Rosie and George take when they come to America?
5. To whom has Roy grown close?
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