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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Daisy say is a disagreeable thing for Winterbourne today?
(a) that she is star struck
(b) that she has no fashion sense
(c) that she and Giovanelli are in love
(d) that she has no culture
2. What renews Winterbourne's interest in Daisy Miller?
(a) when he hears she is leaving Rome
(b) when he learns that she has fallen ill
(c) when he hears she has broken up with Giovanelli
(d) when he hears she has married Giovanelli
3. What is a further danger at night in the Colosseum?
(c) the police
4. What is the contrast between the Millers and Rome?
(a) Rome antiquities contrast to the nouveau riche Americans
(b) Rome is uncultured as opposed to the Miller's sophistication
(c) Rome contrasts with the antiquated Americans
(d) Rome represents the modern and the Millers represent old customs
5. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) evidence of immoral behavior
(b) innocent games
(c) evidence of good breeding
(d) an assumption of engagement
6. What does Winterbourne notice about Giovanelli?
(a) that his English is heavily accented
(b) that he keeps trying to get rid of Winterbourne
(c) that he is accomplished at speaking with American women
(d) that he puts his arm around Daisy's slim waist
7. What does Winterbourne warn Daisy that she is becoming?
(a) unwelcome among the Americans
(b) too sophistocated
(c) a typical expatriate
(d) an old woman
8. How does Daisy see her flirtations as being?
(a) the way a woman gets power over a man
(b) evidence that nothing improper is going on
(c) a serious habit she cannot break
(d) what is necessary to attract a man
9. What does Winterbourne's behavior indicate to Daisy?
(a) that he is not interested
(b) that he wants to marry her
(c) that he is interested in her money
(d) that he hates the Italians
10. What does Mrs. Miller suppose Daisy's situation is?
(a) carefree and able to take care of herself
(b) engaged and thus not in any danger
(c) the innocent victim of gossip
(d) perfectly natural for any young girl
11. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
(a) when Daisy refuses to get in the carriage
(b) when the parasol hides them from him
(c) when Daisy is not in her hotel room
(d) when Daisy walks out Mrs. Walker's door
12. 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 stand up for oneself
(c) the ability to gossip
(d) the ability to make judgments of other people
13. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(b) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
(c) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women
(d) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
14. What request does Daisy make of Mrs. Walker?
(a) to ignore Mr. Winterbourne
(b) to bring her some English tea
(c) to tell her where she buys her clothes
(d) to bring a gentleman friend to her party
15. What does Winterbourne tell Daisy about?
(a) the illness of Mrs. Costello
(b) the rumor of her engagement
(c) the concert he where would like to take her
(d) the joke he played on Mrs. Walker
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daisy berate Winterbourne for?
2. Why is Daisy miffed at Winterbourne?
3. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
4. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
5. What is it that Winterbourne no longer believes in about Daisy?
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