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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What alcoholic drink does Harriet make for herself?
(a) A bourbon.
(b) A White Russian.
(c) A whiskey.
(d) A gin.
2. Why is Charles sucking his thumb on the train?
(a) He has cut his finger.
(b) It comforts him.
(c) He is sucking off the sugar.
(d) He does not want to talk.
3. Which of the following sentences does Harriet say to her reflection?
(a) Love thy neighbor.
(b) Eat my cat, but don't look so angry.
(c) Spit not on me.
(d) Let me tell you a secret.
4. What can Charles Wychwood hear as he watches leaves fall to the ground?
5. Which poet helped Harriet publish her first two books?
(a) T.S. Elliot.
(b) Erza Pound.
(c) Len Woolf.
(d) Samuel Beckett.
6. Who does Harriet tell that Vivien is secretive?
7. Who is the plaque that Philip finds dedicated to?
(a) Robert Bruce.
(b) Wiliam Shakespeare.
(c) William Blake.
8. Who painted the pictures that Cumblerland shows Vivien?
(a) Simon Chambers.
(b) Edward Formby.
(c) Joseph Seymour.
(d) James Manlow.
9. What does Charles give Harriet for a present?
(a) A box of chocolates.
(b) A photograph of his family.
(c) A book of his poetry.
(d) One of his wife's cakes.
10. Which of the following is the surname of one of the gallery owners?
11. What university did Mary study at?
12. What is the name of Cumberland's partner?
13. What kind of critic is Sarah Tilt?
(a) An art critic.
(b) A film critic.
(c) A theater critic.
(d) A book critic.
14. What street was Colston's second school located on?
(a) Blighter Street.
(b) Lopside Street.
(c) Hotcliffe Street.
(d) Redcliffe Street.
15. Who does Harriet ask to write her memoirs?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Flint's occupation?
2. Where does Vivien work?
3. What does Cumberland have on his cheek?
4. How does Mrs. Leno describe Charles' haircut?
5. Which of the following foods is Harriet preparing for herself?
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