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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does William claim about him and Ted?
(a) He makes no claims.
(b) He and Ted exchanged dozens of letters, all of which William still has.
(c) He has no letters or other materials from his association with Ted.
(d) He and Ted had a falling out and William burns all Ted's letters.
2. What does Amy have to force Ted to do?
(a) Talk to her.
(c) Pay his bills.
(d) Bathe and change clothing.
3. What do some at the tea party believe of Dickens?
(a) He is brillant.
(b) He write too long of descriptions.
(c) He is too coarse.
(d) He is boring.
4. With whom does William go to school?
(a) His brothers.
(b) No one.
(c) The Kemp children.
(d) His cousins.
5. About what part of Ashenden's life does he reminisce?
(a) 40 years earlier.
(b) 20 years earlier.
(c) When he was just a toddler.
(d) 3 years earlier.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ashenden declare about Driffield's novels?
2. What is an anecdote Roy cannot use that William relates?
3. What does Kear believe would hinder his art?
4. About what does Kear seem to have no qualms?
5. Where did William once meet Amy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does William say when asked about Edward Driffield and what do they debate?
2. Describe Mary-Ann.
3. What does Ashenden ignore but still wonder about?
4. Describe Rosie.
5. How does William initially meet Rosie?
6. What does William express about the concept of beauty?
7. Why does the Vicar not want to discuss Rosie and Ted?
8. How does William act for a while around the Driffields after seeing Rosie with Kemp?
9. Who comes to see William off to the new school term and how does William act?
10. Describe Mrs. Greencourt's tea party, particularly the conversation about the Driffields and literature.
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