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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Rosie read a lot of?
(a) Histories of queens and mistresses of royal personages.
(c) Romance novels.
(d) She is not much of a reader.
2. How does Rosie keep in touch with Blackstable?
(a) Through Mrs. Ashenben.
(b) Through Mary-Ann.
(c) Through biweekly visits to her mother in Haversham.
(d) Through the curate.
3. Why does Hillier seems suspicious at the Saturday afternoon parties?
(a) Because Rosie and William call each other pet names.
(b) No particular reason.
(c) Because Rosie and William exchange secret looks.
(d) Because Rosie and William laugh at nothing.
4. Of what does Isabel convince Ted?
(a) That women are dying to marry him.
(b) That she knows what is best for him.
(c) That he is the greatest writer of his day.
(d) That he does not need Rosie.
5. With what is Ted preoccupied?
(c) Another woman.
(d) Editing and writing.
6. What is Quentin Forde most interested in at the Driffields' parties?
(a) Talking to Jasper Gibbons.
(b) Coming to the attention of Isabel Trafford.
(c) Rosie's beauty.
(d) Talking to Ted about plots.
7. What does William discover that surprises him?
(a) That Rosie if pregnant.
(b) That Ted is the author of 20 books and on the brink of discovery.
(c) That Roy is the same age as William and has already published several books.
(d) That Ted and Rosie are not actually married legally.
8. What happens when Ted catches pneumonia?
(a) He returns to Blakestable for his sister to nurse him.
(b) Isabel contacts William.
(c) Isabel is frail and unable to care fo him.
(d) Isabel hires Mary-Ann to nurse him.
9. What does the Bear and Key rent William?
(a) An old Rolls.
(b) An old Bentley.
(c) A bicycle.
(d) A dilapidated Daimler.
10. What is the landlady's strict policy about fire?
(a) The place has never had individual fireplaces.
(b) No fires after April.
(c) A boarder can have a fire after April if he pays for it.
(d) The rooms stay warm since the heat from the kitchens waft upstairs.
11. What habit does William get into doing?
(a) Writing on his book one hour a day.
(b) Attending the Driffields' parties.
(c) Reading only one hour a night instead of four.
(d) Walking with Rosie in the neighborhood.
12. 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's strong feelings had passed.
(c) Ted would feel cuckolded.
(d) Ted would always wonder if she would leave again and it would harm his artitic life.
13. What does Ted publish?
(a) The Cup of Life.
(b) The Cup is Full.
(c) The Life's Cup.
(d) The Life of Chasing the Grail.
14. What does William learn from Newton one day?
(a) That Rosie is dead.
(b) That Ted is dying.
(c) That Rosie has left Ted for Kemp.
(d) That Ted has a mistress.
15. What does Rosie say will happen in a hundred years?
(a) Women will be as free as men to enjoy sex without censure.
(b) They will all be dead and none of this will matter.
(c) People will live the way they wish.
(d) People will revere William as a poet.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ted's study smell like?
2. Who does William meet through the Driffields?
3. Who attends Ted and Rosie's parties who helps propel artists to fame?
4. What is one thing that has not changed about Rosie when William sees her late in her life?
5. Who visits Ted and Amy's house while William is there?
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