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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 learn from Newton one day?
(a) That Rosie has left Ted for Kemp.
(b) That Ted is dying.
(c) That Ted has a mistress.
(d) That Rosie is dead.
2. What happens when Ted catches pneumonia?
(a) Isabel hires Mary-Ann to nurse him.
(b) Isabel contacts William.
(c) He returns to Blakestable for his sister to nurse him.
(d) Isabel is frail and unable to care fo him.
3. What habit does William get into doing?
(a) Reading only one hour a night instead of four.
(b) Walking with Rosie in the neighborhood.
(c) Writing on his book one hour a day.
(d) Attending the Driffields' parties.
4. To William, how does Rosie always remain?
(a) Fun but not too bright.
(b) Unspoiled and artless.
(c) Warm and caring but with a layer of roughness.
(d) Deceitful but fun.
5. What does Rosie read a lot of?
(a) Romance novels.
(b) Histories of queens and mistresses of royal personages.
(c) She is not much of a reader.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Quentin Forde most interested in at the Driffields' parties?
2. What does Rosie do after William weeps at his home?
3. What does William look forward to writing?
4. What does Rosie do as Ted writes at night?
5. Where does money come from to Mrs. Grann?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the motel in which William takes a room when he comes to share memories about Ted with Roy and Amy .
2. Briefly describe how William and Rosie's relationship continues.
3. What does Rosie do at night while Ted writes?
4. What is said about Rosie as William, Amy and Roy look at photographs?
5. When William visits her in Yonkers, what does Rosie reveal about her marriage to Ted and a child they had?
6. Describe the scene where William is talking to Hillier about painting Rosie.
7. How do Rosie and William begin a romantic involvement?
8. What is Rosie's response to William's sulkiness about Kuyper and other men?
9. What does William say about Rosie's affairs and what are Amy and Roy's response?
10. How does William describe his visit to his former quarters and his landlady, Mrs. Hudson?
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