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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the Colosseum, what does Winterbourne give Daisy over to?
(a) an arrest as a prostitute
(b) the advances of Mr. Giovanelli
(c) his personal protection from Giovanelli
(d) her own insanity
2. What is Daisy doing, according to Mrs. Costello, that disturbs Winterbourne?
(a) entertaining men
(b) staying out late at night
(c) behaving snobbishly
(d) avoiding the Americans
3. What request does Daisy make of Mrs. Walker?
(a) to bring a gentleman friend to her party
(b) to bring her some English tea
(c) to tell her where she buys her clothes
(d) to ignore Mr. Winterbourne
4. Who arrives in a carriage?
(a) Mrs. Giovanelli
(b) Mrs. Miller
(c) Mrs. Walker
(d) Mrs. Costello
5. What is Daisy doing that makes Mrs. Walker say she has disgraced herself?
(a) dressing prevocatively
(b) being too friendly with all natives
(c) meeting an Italian man in public
(d) walking around with two men
6. How does Winterbourne defend Daisy?
(a) saying she is only naive
(b) saying she is just trying to learn the language
(c) saying she is not cultured but not bad
(d) saying she is the innocent victim of her beauty
7. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
(b) Daisy and her family
(c) Randolph, looking for sweets
(d) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
8. Who discusses Daisy's exploits but without the disapproving tone of Mrs. Costello?
(a) Mr. Loren
(b) Mrs. Miller
9. Where does Winterbourne run into Daisy after not seeing her for some time?
(a) in the hotel restaurant
(b) at the Colosseum
(c) a sidewalk cafe
(d) the Palace of the Caesars
10. Why do Winterbourne's and Daisy's paths gradually stop crossing?
(a) their mutual friends stop inviting her places
(b) Daisy travels to Paris
(c) she avoids Winterbourne
(d) Mrs. Costello insists on it
11. What does Mrs. Miller suppose Daisy's situation is?
(a) the innocent victim of gossip
(b) engaged and thus not in any danger
(c) perfectly natural for any young girl
(d) carefree and able to take care of herself
12. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) innocent games
(b) evidence of good breeding
(c) evidence of immoral behavior
(d) an assumption of engagement
13. What is the era the navel DAISY MILLER takes place in?
(a) the Victorian era
(b) the Edwardian era
(c) the Renaissance era
(d) the Revolutionary era
14. What renews Winterbourne's interest in Daisy Miller?
(a) when he hears she is leaving Rome
(b) when he hears she has married Giovanelli
(c) when he learns that she has fallen ill
(d) when he hears she has broken up with Giovanelli
15. What does Winterbourne agree that Daisy should do?
(a) stop fraternizing with the Italians
(b) tell Mrs. Walker to mind her own business
(c) terminate her friendship with Giovanelli
(d) go with the older woman
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Daisy say she must leave early?
2. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
3. What does Winterbourne warn Daisy that she is becoming?
4. What are the rumors about what Winterbourne is pursuing in Geneva?
5. What is a further danger at night in the Colosseum?
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