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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Charles say is the food of love?
2. What does the child make a sound like?
3. What does Harriet say Sarah needs in her life?
4. What is Charles reading at the beginning of this chapter?
5. Where does Charles hold his dinner?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Chatterton spend his night?
2. What is wrong with the tea Wallis makes Meredith?
3. How does Philip help Vivien and Edward after Charles death?
4. How does Merk try to prove that the Seymour painting are not fake?
5. What does Wallis think about George and Mary Meredith?
6. How does Harriet persuade Vivien to give her Chatterton's papers?
7. Describe the painting George picks up in the shop.
8. What does Mary do while Wallis and her husband watch the fire?
9. How does Philip promise to help Vivien?
10. What do Wallis and Meredith see while they are working?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the characters in the novel and discuss how he or she would cope in two of the following scenarios:
1. The police come and arrest the character for forgery.
2. The character's closest friend dies.
3. The character is diagnosed with a terminal illness.
4. The character's work becomes world renowned.
5. The character is faced with bankruptcy.
Essay Topic 2
Replace the play's London setting with one of the following cities:
1. New York.
What new meaning would the new setting give the book? How important is setting for developing meaning in a story?
Essay Topic 3
Choose one of the following historical figures in Ackroyd's novel and discuss how Ackroyd represents them in CHATTERTON and why he represents that person in that manner. Are there people who would argue against Ackroyd's representation of that person's life?
1. Thomas Chatterton
2. George Meredith
3. Mary Meredith
4. Henry Wallis
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