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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 Amy have to force Ted to do?
(a) Talk to her.
(b) Bathe and change clothing.
(c) Pay his bills.
2. About what does Kear seem to have no qualms?
(a) Taking money for trash.
(b) Publishing poor fiction.
(c) Abandoning those whose usefulness he has exhausted.
3. What is William trying to do on Easter break?
(a) Learn to play polo.
(b) Learn to shoot quail.
(c) Grow a mustache.
(d) Learn to play bridge.
4. Who does William see in the dark while Rosie is having tea with Mary-Ann?
(a) His uncle.
(b) No one.
5. What is Kear free of?
(c) Family obligations.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Amy provide copies of to William?
2. What does William say the English reverence in general?
3. What can't William imagine?
4. What does the young William sometimes wonder about?
5. Who is Miss Fellows?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does William say when asked about Edward Driffield and what do they debate?
2. What does William learn from Mary-Ann?
3. How does Ashenden characterize Alroy Kear's writing career?
4. Describe Roy Kear.
5. Describe Mrs. Greencourt's tea party, particularly the conversation about the Driffields and literature.
6. What does William think about Ted's depiction of the high-born and others comparing Ted s to Shakespeare?
7. What does Roy say about Amy as a wife and helpmate to Ted?
8. Why does Roy want William's assistance in writing Ted's biograph and what is Roy's purpose in doing so?
9. How does William initially meet Rosie?
10. What does Lady Hodmarsh say about Amy Driffield?
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