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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. At the party, what does Daisy seem to prefer?
(a) spending more time with Winterbourne than Giovanelli
(b) showing off her new engagement ring
(c) asking the women where to buy new fashions
(d) talking with the other Americans

2. At the Colosseum, what does Winterbourne give Daisy over to?
(a) an arrest as a prostitute
(b) her own insanity
(c) his personal protection from Giovanelli
(d) the advances of Mr. Giovanelli

3. What is a further danger at night in the Colosseum?
(a) mosquitoes
(b) pitfalls
(c) muggers
(d) the police

4. What does Winterbourne finally decide about Daisy?
(a) she is not as dangerous as his aunt thinks
(b) she has completely lost her senses
(c) she is not the nice girl he thought she was
(d) she really is engaged to Giovanelli

5. After the message is delivered to Winterbourne, what happens to Daisy?
(a) she marries Giovanelli
(b) she dies
(c) she returns to America
(d) she recuperates

6. What does Winterbourne ask Daisy to do?
(a) stop seeing Giovanelli
(b) dance with him
(c) go on the terrace with him
(d) give him her hotel telephone number

7. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
(a) Giorgio Pinza, his Italian tailor
(b) Mrs. Miller, Daisy's mother
(c) Mrs. Walker, an American he knew in Geneva
(d) Mr. Loren, his Italian banker

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

9. How does Winterbourne defend Daisy?
(a) saying she is only naive
(b) saying she is the innocent victim of her beauty
(c) saying she is just trying to learn the language
(d) saying she is not cultured but not bad

10. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(b) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
(c) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
(d) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women

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

12. A year later back in Vevey what does Winterbourne confess to his aunt?
(a) he had finally caught Daisy in her lies
(b) he had fallen in love with Daisy
(c) he had forgotten what Daisy looked like
(d) he made a mistake with Daisy

13. What is missing in Daisy that parallels what is missing in the American expatriates?
(a) the ability to see things as they really are
(b) the ability to gossip
(c) the ability to make judgments of other people
(d) the ability to stand up for oneself

14. What does Winterbourne accept as the truth?
(a) the appearance of things
(b) his observationsa
(c) the things Daisy says
(d) the facts

15. What does Daisy say she intends to do?
(a) to stroll and socialize with Mr. Giovanelli
(b) to sit in the garden and read
(c) to find a local bar
(d) to look for new men

Short Answer Questions

1. What gossip does Winterbourne agree that Daisy is doing by her behavior?

2. Why is Daisy miffed at Winterbourne?

3. What does the American community use to punish non-conformists?

4. What disease is believed to be cause by night air?

5. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?

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