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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Winterbourne say he was doing while not talking with Daisy?
(a) looking for a boat to hire
(b) trying to think of something interesting to say
(c) having a pleasant conversation with her mother
(d) checking to see when the next steamer leaves for Chillon
2. What has Mrs. Costello done after seeing the Millers in the hotel?
(a) had a migraine headache
(b) introduced herself
(c) sent them an invitation to tea
(d) kept out of their way
3. What does Winterbourne conclude he would deucedly enjoy?
(a) going off with Daisy
(b) kicking Eugenio
(c) pulling Mrs. Miller's hair
(d) pushing Daisy into the lake
4. What bothers Winterbourne about Daisy's attitude toward the courier?
(a) the formality
(b) the condescension
(c) the antagonism
(d) the familiarity
5. What does not seem to concern Winterbourne?
(a) Daisy's failure to fit into society
(b) Daisy's younger brother.
(c) Daisy's treatment of Eugenio.
(d) Daisy's wardrobe.
6. How does Daisy seem to Winterbourne during the trip?
(a) a mixture of innocence and crudity
(b) a mixture of sophistication and barbarianism
(c) a mixture of youth and old age
(d) a mixture of elegance and rustic behavior
7. Under what pretense does Daisy not want him to come to Rome?
(a) to help find a school for Randolph
(b) to visit his aunt
(c) to look for a job
(d) to collect Italian art
8. What is Daisy's brother's addiction?
(b) German beer
9. What was Mrs. Miller unable to do?
(a) get Eugenio to order tea
(b) walk up the stairs
(c) put Randolph to bed
(d) straighten her shawl
10. How does Daisy speak to her mother, the servant, and perfect strangers?
(a) with a shocking bluntness
(b) with a lot of curiosity
(c) with a kind of sweetness
(d) with a very loud voice
11. What does Daisy say about his grin?
(a) he's not laughing with his eyes
(b) his ears are very near together
(c) he's turned it upside down
(d) he looks like he ate the canary
12. What did a lady tell Mrs. Miller about local castles?
(a) they are better than those in Italy
(b) to be sure and see them all
(c) not to waste time seeing them
(d) they cost too much to visit
13. What circumstance about Winterbourne does Mrs. Costello think makes him naive about girls like Daisy?
(a) his moving only in the best society
(b) his limited education in Europe
(c) his being away from America for a long time
(d) his weakness for anything that wears a skirt
14. What does Winterbourne offer to do to show his good intentions?
(a) to introduce Daisy to his aunt
(b) hire a chaperon
(c) take the little brother along
(d) leave a security deposit
15. Where does Daisy's brother say his father is?
(a) in California, USA
(b) doing buisness in Rome
(c) a better place than Europe
(d) upstairs in their hotel room
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daisy do inside the castle?
2. What is Winterbourne's frame of mind as Daisy goes inside?
3. What does Miss Featherstone ask Daisy about Americans?
4. Why do Mrs. Costello and the Europeans not need physical proof of Daisy's indiscretions?
5. Under other circumstances, what might make Daisy acceptable to European society?
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