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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Winterbourne do instead of trying to let Daisy know his true feelings?
(a) brushes her off to talk with Giovanelli
(b) obsesses over her relationship with the other man
(c) ignores her completely
(d) insists that she apologize to Mrs. Walker

2. What is Daisy doing, according to Mrs. Costello, that disturbs Winterbourne?
(a) staying out late at night
(b) entertaining men
(c) avoiding the Americans
(d) behaving snobbishly

3. More so in Rome, what is the central theme of the novel?
(a) gossip
(b) the mystery of Daisy
(c) outrageous behavior
(d) appearance versus reality

4. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) evidence of immoral behavior
(b) an assumption of engagement
(c) innocent games
(d) evidence of good breeding

5. In Book One, how might Daisy be viewed?
(a) as purely innocent but finding excitement
(b) as merely testing the social restrictions in Vevey
(c) as a proper girl misunderstood by the Americans
(d) as learning how to test a foreign society

6. What gossip does Winterbourne agree that Daisy is doing by her behavior?
(a) being discreet
(b) protecting her innocence
(c) going too far
(d) thumbing her nose at Americans

7. What rude comment does Randolph make to Mrs. Walker?
(a) that her dress looks frumpy
(b) that their hotel rooms are bigger than hers
(c) that she has no sweets for him to eat
(d) that his father has more money than she does

8. How do people like Mrs. Costello often make judgments of others?
(a) based on the facts
(b) based on gossip
(c) based on observation
(d) based on the Bible

9. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
(a) much gossip among the Americans
(b) Italians to laugh at the Americans
(c) danger to her health
(d) a bad impression to the Italians

10. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
(a) when Daisy refuses to get in the carriage
(b) when Daisy is not in her hotel room
(c) when Daisy walks out Mrs. Walker's door
(d) when the parasol hides them from him

11. When have Italian men been calling for Daisy at her hotel?
(a) late at night
(b) after she was seen with Giovanelli
(c) early in the morning
(d) since last month

12. What does Daisy say is a disagreeable thing for Winterbourne today?
(a) that she is star struck
(b) that she and Giovanelli are in love
(c) that she has no culture
(d) that she has no fashion sense

13. Who discusses Daisy's exploits but without the disapproving tone of Mrs. Costello?
(a) Eugenio
(b) Mrs. Miller
(c) Randolph
(d) Mr. Loren

14. What is it that Winterbourne no longer believes in about Daisy?
(a) her indiscretion
(b) her sense of style
(c) her intelligence
(d) her innocence

15. How does Daisy see her flirtations as being?
(a) evidence that nothing improper is going on
(b) what is necessary to attract a man
(c) the way a woman gets power over a man
(d) a serious habit she cannot break

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Winterbourne warn about Daisy's behavior?

2. What is the era the navel DAISY MILLER takes place in?

3. What does Winterbourne ask Daisy to do?

4. In Book Two, what is Daisy doing?

5. What is a further danger at night in the Colosseum?

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