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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of wood is Charles' coffin made from?
2. What does Charles say is the food of love?
(a) Candle light.
(c) Short stories.
3. What does Edward say his mother needs lipstick for?
(a) To sell.
(b) To beautify herself.
(c) To draw on the mirror.
(d) To give to Harriet.
4. Where does Charles take Edward?
(a) The National Gallery.
(b) The Tate Gallery.
(c) The Cumberland Gallery,
(d) The Goring Gallery.
5. What does Vivian tell Edwards she is going to make for him?
(a) A paper airplane.
(b) A cup of tea.
(c) A cake.
(d) A tree house.
6. Who does the group drink to?
7. What name does Harriet want to call Phillip?
8. What does Harriet say everyone needs?
(b) Good visuals.
(d) A story.
9. What does Chatterton's friend say the opium allays?
(a) Shaking and sneezing.
(b) Fear and hate.
(c) Love and happiness.
(d) Sourness and pain.
10. What is Souchong?
(a) A type of tea.
(b) A style of painting.
(c) A style of writing.
(d) A type of poem.
11. Why is Vivien not at the art gallery?
(a) She is at lunch.
(b) She is at the doctors.
(c) It is her day off.
(d) She is on leave.
12. What can Charles see gleaming from his hospital window?
(a) The cars.
(b) The rooftops.
(c) The grass.
13. Where has Meredith taken her paddle steamer to?
14. Where does Vivian take shelter from the rain?
(a) A pub.
(b) A bus shelter.
(c) A cinema entrance.
(d) A theater entrance.
15. What is Charles reading at the beginning of this chapter?
(a) Forgeries and Fakes.
(b) Chatterton and the Meaning of Life.
(c) Life of Chatterton.
(d) Poets We Love to Hate.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Marikomo?
2. What is Harriet kissing as she cries?
3. What does Mr. Crome tell Chatterton is worse for the boy than being on the streets?
4. Why does Charles think Chatterton can hurt him?
5. What does Chatterton describe the child's shirt as?
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