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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many times does Stella say Miles phones her when he is jealous that she is out with another man?
2. When does Miles' telegram to Stella say he comes home?
(a) Tomorrow night.
(b) Next Sunday.
(c) Tomorrow morning.
(d) In two hours.
3. Where is Miles supposed to be while Joel and Stella are at the theater?
(a) South Bend.
4. Who says, "Your eyes are like your own and not a bit like any other eyes"?
5. Who says, "I can't imagine anybody as good-looking as you are, being so good-humored"?
6. Who says, "You know Miles does odd things sometimes"?
7. What university's sports team is Miles going to watch instead of going to the dinner and theater party?
(c) Notre Dame.
(d) Penn State.
8. Where in her house does Stella find a telegram from Miles?
(a) On the hall table.
(b) On the front door.
(c) On the kitchen counter.
(d) On her nightstand.
9. What is the name of Miles' analyst?
(a) Dr. Herrick.
(b) Dr. Knighton.
(c) Dr. Moore.
(d) Dr. Bridgebane.
10. Who says, "That's nonsense"?
11. How long is Mile's affair going on?
(a) One year.
(b) Nine months.
(c) Two years.
(d) Three months.
12. Joel begins to think that Stella sending him a telegram is really the idea of whom?
(c) The butler.
13. Who is the first character mentioned in Part Four?
14. How is Eva described in Part Three?
15. How are Stella and Miles dressed when they arrive at Stella's sister's house?
(a) For a black tie affair.
(b) In their pajamas.
(c) In matching suits.
(d) In riding clothes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color is the dress Stella wears when she meets Joel at the theater?
2. Who is described as "tall, nervous, with a desperate humor"?
3. The group that Joel hears shouting in Part Four turns out to be what?
4. Who says, "I suppose he asked to be remembered to me"?
5. For how long does Miles say he's been seeing an analyst?
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