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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What secretly pleases Winterbourne?
(a) that people look at how pretty she is
(b) that she doesn't look at any men
(c) that no men try to speak to her
(d) that she makes such a spectacle of herself
2. What does the brother say Daisy's real name is?
(a) Dorothy G. Miller
(b) Annie P. Miller
(c) Elizabeth R. Miller
(d) Marie S. Miller
3. What does Daisy say her mother doesn't like?
(a) traveling in Europe
(b) any of her gentleman friends
(c) eathing Swiss food
(d) wearing a shawl
4. How does Daisy seem to Winterbourne during the trip?
(a) a mixture of sophistication and barbarianism
(b) a mixture of youth and old age
(c) a mixture of elegance and rustic behavior
(d) a mixture of innocence and crudity
5. What is Winterbourne's reason for being attracted to Daisy?
(a) she is an excellent conversationalist
(b) she has no morals whatsoever
(c) she is obviously a rich girl
(d) she is wonderfully pretty
6. What is Winterbourne's suggestion to Daisy?
(a) that they entertain her younger brother
(b) that they have dinner together that evening
(c) that they visit the Chillon Castle together
(d) that they take a train trip to Geneva
7. How does Daisy want to go?
(a) on foot
(b) by steamer
(c) in a motor car
(d) by bicycle
8. Under other circumstances, what might make Daisy acceptable to European society?
(a) her willingness to give generously and her appearance
(b) her good taste in clothes and her descrition about men
(c) her education and the fact that she is beautiful
(d) her financial situation and the fact that she dresses in perfection
9. What appears to be a double standard involving Winterbourne and his judgment of Daisy's morals?
(a) his pursuit of her although thinking her coarse
(b) his own relationship in Geneva
(c) his attitude toward servants
(d) his eye for all the pretty ladies
10. What is a central clash in the novel?
(a) youth versus age
(b) style versus garrishness
(c) American versus European culture
(d) men versus women
11. What is Daisy's response when Eugenio asks if she intends to go alone?
(a) no, with this gentleman
(b) yes, she knows how to row
(c) of course, she's a big girl now
(d) no, she's taking Randolph
12. Why does Winterbourne not visit his aunt in the hotel?
(a) she is out shopping
(b) she has a gentleman caller
(c) she has gone unexpectedly to Rome
(d) she is ill and not receiving visitors
13. What does Winterbourne say his function is for the trip to Chillon Castle?
(c) baggage handler
14. What bothers Winterbourne about Daisy's attitude toward the courier?
(a) the familiarity
(b) the formality
(c) the antagonism
(d) the condescension
15. Why will it be easy for Winterbourne to visit Daisy in Rome?
(a) his job often takes him to Rome and Paris
(b) he can transfer his job to Rome whenever he wishes
(c) his aunt has an apartment where and he is planning to go
(d) he will have holiday time while she is in Rome
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daisy accuse her mother of doing?
2. Given the chance to row off in the night with Winterbourne, what action indicates Daisy might not be as loose as people think?
3. What does Daisy Miller tell Winterbourne about her trip?
4. What habit does Daisy have that is different from European girls?
5. What does Daisy say she has always had?
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