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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mrs. Costello see Daisy?
(a) as coarse and a flirt
(b) as a gold digger
(c) as stupid and unstylish
(d) as arrogant
2. What happens when Daisy goes out alone with gentlemen?
(a) everyone thinks it's only an American custom
(b) people follow her to see what she's doing
(c) no one really notices
(d) doubt is cast on her character
3. What does the brother say Daisy's real name is?
(a) Elizabeth R. Miller
(b) Dorothy G. Miller
(c) Marie S. Miller
(d) Annie P. Miller
4. What does Daisy accuse Winterbourne of?
(a) being jealous
(b) being superior
(c) being grave
(d) being silent
5. What about Daisy is most intriguing to Winterbourne?
(a) the mystery of her character
(b) the mystery of her wealth
(c) the way she walks
(d) the cut of her clothes
6. What is the mystery of the novel?
(a) where Mr. Miller is
(b) the truth about Daisy's innocence
(c) where Daisy was born
(d) who the woman in Geneva is
7. Why is Winterbourne a bit uncomfortable waiting for Daisy?
(a) he feels over dressed
(b) his aunt might come down
(c) maybe she won't come
(d) everyone can see them meet
8. What habit of Randolph's is a great worry to his mother and Daisy?
(a) he goes around breaking things
(b) he will only listen to the courier
(c) he talks too much
(d) he doesn't sleep
9. Why does Daisy think they send all the pretty dresses from France to America?
(a) they don't wear dresses in Europe
(b) there are no dress shops in Europe
(c) the ones in Europe are frightful
(d) only Americans can afford them
10. Who does Mrs. Costello say would never behave the way Daisy does?
(a) French debutantes
(b) her granddaughters
(c) her friends' daughters
(d) Swiss girls
11. Why does Winterbourne offer his arm to Daisy?
(a) to escort her to the concierge
(b) to escort her to his aunt's room
(c) to escort her to her room
(d) to escort her to the boat landing
12. In Mrs. Costello's opinion, what may well-bred young ladies not do?
(a) speak before spoken to
(b) wear the latest fashions
(c) travel with a courier
(d) consort with strange men without an escort
13. How does Winterbourne feel about the sail to the castle?
(a) like a boy with a new toy
(b) like a tiresome way to travel
(c) like a fish in a bowl
(d) like an escapade or adventure
14. What circumstance about Winterbourne does Mrs. Costello think makes him naive about girls like Daisy?
(a) his being away from America for a long time
(b) his limited education in Europe
(c) his weakness for anything that wears a skirt
(d) his moving only in the best society
15. How much time passes between Winterbourne's first meeting Daisy and their trip to the castle?
(a) one day
(b) a week
(c) two days
(d) a fortnight
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a young American named Winterbourne doing in Vevey, Switzerland?
2. Why do they meet where he is waiting?
3. What is a central clash in the novel?
4. What does Miss Featherstone ask Daisy about Americans?
5. What does Winterbourne conclude he would deucedly enjoy?
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