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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Eugenio react on hearing that Daisy is going to Chillon Castle with Winterbourne?
(a) openly showing his disapproval
(b) glad to be relieved of watching her
(c) afraid that Mrs. Miller will fire him
(d) upset that he has to deal with the younger brother
2. What feeling does Winterbourne have as he watches Daisy descend the stairs?
(a) as if he cannot move his feet
(b) as if he has made a mistake
(c) as if something romantic is going on
(d) as if something dreadful is about to happen
3. Who does Mrs. Costello say would never behave the way Daisy does?
(a) French debutantes
(b) her friends' daughters
(c) her granddaughters
(d) Swiss girls
4. Who does Winterbourne meet outside the hotel?
(a) a tour group from America
(b) his aunt's frequent gentleman caller
(c) the Miller family of Schenectady, New York
(d) friends of his from his school days
5. Why is Winterbourne a bit uncomfortable waiting for Daisy?
(a) maybe she won't come
(b) he feels over dressed
(c) his aunt might come down
(d) everyone can see them meet
6. What does Daisy do inside the castle?
(a) flirts with all the men
(b) continues to berate Winterbourne
(c) slips away and return to the hotel
(d) ignores Winterbourne
7. What does Daisy suspect about Winterbourne's return to Geneva?
(a) he's bored with her company
(b) he likes to break hearts
(c) he has a girlfriend there
(d) he wants to get away from her
8. What secretly pleases Winterbourne?
(a) that she doesn't look at any men
(b) that she makes such a spectacle of herself
(c) that people look at how pretty she is
(d) that no men try to speak to her
9. How does Daisy react to his departure news?
(a) she doesn't respond
(b) she laughs at him
(c) she thinks he's horrid
(d) she's happy to see him go
10. What does Daisy accuse her mother of doing?
(a) hiding from Randolph
(b) looking for gentlemen
(c) poking around
(d) making a scene
11. What are all the people doing as they pass out of the great hall?
(a) minding their own business
(b) talking about the weather
(c) looking very hard
(d) trying to get out the door
12. How does Daisy seem to Winterbourne during the trip?
(a) a mixture of elegance and rustic behavior
(b) a mixture of innocence and crudity
(c) a mixture of sophistication and barbarianism
(d) a mixture of youth and old age
13. How does Mrs. Costello see Daisy?
(a) as a gold digger
(b) as stupid and unstylish
(c) as coarse and a flirt
(d) as arrogant
14. What does Daisy represent in the novel?
(a) the power of money
(b) American madness
(c) innocence or the appearance of it
15. What does Daisy Miller tell Winterbourne about her trip?
(a) the problem she has meeting men
(b) all the good shopping since being in Europe
(c) the different kinds of weather she has seen
(d) all the bad experiences she has had
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a central clash in the novel?
2. Where does Winterbourne wait for Daisy to join him for the trip to the castle?
3. What did a lady tell Mrs. Miller about local castles?
4. What in Daisy's action indicates that she does not anticipate doing?
5. What appears to be a double standard involving Winterbourne and his judgment of Daisy's morals?
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