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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 Kear believe would hinder his art?
(c) Reading what critics say about his works.
2. What does William wonder about Ted?
(a) How he could have married someone like Amy.
(b) How he ever ganis such critical acclaim.
(c) If he still loved Rosie after marrying Amy.
(d) If he ever read any of William's books.
3. How does Ashenden characterize people in the countryside where he is raised?
(a) Well read and educated.
(b) Irritable and suspicious.
4. What mystifies the young William about Rosie after he hears her history?
(a) That she is still light hearted.
(b) That she has never had a baby.
(c) That Ted would marry her.
(d) That his uncle would forbid his associating with her.
5. From whom does Ashenden ignore telephone messages?
(a) His landlady.
(b) His mother.
(c) His fiance.
(d) Alroy Kear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Amy write to William?
2. From where does Amy often have to fetch Ted?
3. What does Kemp claim about Rosie and Ted?
4. At what age is Ashenden when he first meets Driffield?
5. Where does William want to stay when helping Roy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is fashionable to do when William is a young man?
2. What does Lady Hodmarsh say about Amy Driffield?
3. Why does the Vicar not want to discuss Rosie and Ted?
4. What does Amy Driffield ask of William?
5. How does William link Ted's advancing age with his success?
6. What happens when William comes home for Easter Break and what surprising announcement does the Vicar make?
7. Briefly describe William's interaction with Ted and Rosie when he is a youth.
8. What does Ashenden think about Roy as a person?
9. What does William learn from Mary-Ann?
10. Describe Rosie.
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