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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Daisy ask Winterbourne if he would do?
(a) take her out dancing
(b) drive her to Geneva
(c) take her out in a boat
(d) stop talking to her mother
2. What does Daisy say her mother doesn't like?
(a) any of her gentleman friends
(b) wearing a shawl
(c) traveling in Europe
(d) eathing Swiss food
3. What happens when Daisy goes out alone with gentlemen?
(a) people follow her to see what she's doing
(b) everyone thinks it's only an American custom
(c) doubt is cast on her character
(d) no one really notices
4. 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
5. What is Winterbourne's reason for being attracted to Daisy?
(a) she is obviously a rich girl
(b) she has no morals whatsoever
(c) she is wonderfully pretty
(d) she is an excellent conversationalist
6. How long does Daisy say Winterbourne has not spoken to her?
(a) twenty minutes
(b) an hour
(c) half an hour
(d) an hour and a half
7. What habit of Randolph's is a great worry to his mother and Daisy?
(a) he talks too much
(b) he will only listen to the courier
(c) he doesn't sleep
(d) he goes around breaking things
8. What does Daisy say about his grin?
(a) he looks like he ate the canary
(b) he's turned it upside down
(c) his ears are very near together
(d) he's not laughing with his eyes
9. What is Daisy's younger brother's name?
(a) Randolph C. Miller
(b) Rudolph G. Miller
(c) Randolph G. Miller
(d) Rudolph C. Miller
10. What does Daisy Miller tell Winterbourne about her trip?
(a) the problem she has meeting men
(b) the different kinds of weather she has seen
(c) all the bad experiences she has had
(d) all the good shopping since being in Europe
11. What is the mystery of the novel?
(a) the truth about Daisy's innocence
(b) who the woman in Geneva is
(c) where Daisy was born
(d) where Mr. Miller is
12. What appears to be a double standard involving Winterbourne and his judgment of Daisy's morals?
(a) his attitude toward servants
(b) his own relationship in Geneva
(c) his pursuit of her although thinking her coarse
(d) his eye for all the pretty ladies
13. Why do Mrs. Costello and the Europeans not need physical proof of Daisy's indiscretions?
(a) what she does in plain view is easy to tell what she does in private
(b) the gossip is enough to brand her as immoral
(c) she appears to be pregnant
(d) she tells on herself
14. What does Winterbourne conclude when he thinks he can spend time alone with Daisy?
(a) that Daisy is teasing him and it will never happen
(b) that Daisy is too innocent to know what she's doing
(c) that Daisy is not as innocent as she looks
(d) that Daisy's mother will relent and go with them
15. What time is it when Daisy accepts the invitation to go for a row?
(a) half past ten
(b) eleven o'clock
(d) nearly ten at night
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miss Featherstone ask Daisy about Americans?
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. Why does Winterbourne offer his arm to Daisy?
4. What is symbolized by the ruins of the Chillon Castle?
5. What does the brother say Daisy's real name is?
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