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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 Lucy tell Eldridge about his family?
(a) His wife is traveling to find him.
(b) His son has raised the money.
(c) His son and wife are dead.
(d) His son has helped.
2. On the way out of the party, whom do La Rue and her guest run into?
(a) The town's minister.
(b) John Montraville.
(c) Du Pont.
(d) Mr. Temple.
3. What does Henry tell Lucy after he arrives at the party without Charlotte?
(a) To destroy the note.
(b) To bear it like a Christian.
(c) To forget Charlotte.
(d) To prepare to travel to America.
4. At the end of their first meeting, what does Charlotte agree to?
(a) To meet John again.
(b) To leave him alone.
(c) To kiss him.
(d) To run away with him.
5. How does Eldridge react to George's efforts at helping him with Lewis's loan?
(a) He is unsure of the situation.
(b) He is hopeful.
(c) He is excited.
(d) He goes into a three-week delirium.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does La Rue do at church?
2. At the end of their first meeting, how does Charlotte respond to John?
3. What does the narrator stress about danger?
4. As Lt. John Montraville and Belcour are in Chichester, where are they en route?
5. Of what does Belcour convince La Rue during their first meeting?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the physical descriptions of John Montraville and Belcour set the tone for the novel?
2. What internal struggle does John immediately have concerning Charlotte?
3. Why does La Rue urge Charlotte to read Montraville's note requesting a meeting?
4. How does Charlotte behave foolishly concerning La Rue?
5. What sort of note does Montraville give Charlotte?
6. How is Charlotte's youth and inexperience shown through her actions?
7. What is the importance of Montraville and Belcour having completely opposite moral standards?
8. How do the Temples' plans for a birthday party for Charlotte build suspense?
9. Why is Charlotte so ecstatic over the note Du Pont gives her from her parents?
10. Why is Charlotte's family history important?
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