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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do people like Mrs. Costello often make judgments of others?
(a) based on observation
(b) based on the facts
(c) based on the Bible
(d) based on gossip
2. What does Daisy say she intends to do?
(a) to look for new men
(b) to find a local bar
(c) to sit in the garden and read
(d) to stroll and socialize with Mr. Giovanelli
3. What renews Winterbourne's interest in Daisy Miller?
(a) when he hears she has broken up with Giovanelli
(b) when he hears she has married Giovanelli
(c) when he hears she is leaving Rome
(d) when he learns that she has fallen ill
4. What does Winterbourne warn Daisy that she is becoming?
(a) an old woman
(b) a typical expatriate
(c) too sophistocated
(d) unwelcome among the Americans
5. Winterbourne makes a conclusion that Daisy is not an innocent child but a woman with what attribute?
(a) willingness to conform to social propriety
(c) care about what others think of her
(d) disregard for social propriety
6. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) Daisy and her family
(b) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
(c) Randolph, looking for sweets
(d) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
7. What disease is believed to be cause by night air?
(c) heart failure
8. Who does Mrs. Costello say has a good deal of manner and a wonderful mustache?
(c) Mr. Miller
(d) the men Daisy has been seeing
9. What news does Mrs. Costello have for her nephew?
(a) that the Millers are leaving tomorrow
(b) that the Millers are in Rome
(c) that the Millers have left Rome
(d) that Mr. Miller has joined his family
10. 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 learning how to test a foreign society
(d) as a proper girl misunderstood by the Americans
11. What is the irony of the Americans disapproving of the outsiders?
(a) they disapprove of everyone
(b) they are ignorant of cultural differences
(c) they are outsiders in Italy themselves
(d) they are long time Italian residents
12. At the Colosseum, what does Winterbourne give Daisy over to?
(a) an arrest as a prostitute
(b) the advances of Mr. Giovanelli
(c) her own insanity
(d) his personal protection from Giovanelli
13. How does Daisy see her flirtations as being?
(a) the way a woman gets power over a man
(b) a serious habit she cannot break
(c) evidence that nothing improper is going on
(d) what is necessary to attract a man
14. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
(a) Mr. Loren, his Italian banker
(b) Giorgio Pinza, his Italian tailor
(c) Mrs. Miller, Daisy's mother
(d) Mrs. Walker, an American he knew in Geneva
15. What does Mrs. Walker tell Mr. Winterbourne?
(a) what Daisy is doing to her mother
(b) something about Giovanelli
(c) the unsuitable places where Daisy has been seen
(d) more about Daisy's behavior
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Winterbourne defend Daisy?
2. Why do Winterbourne's and Daisy's paths gradually stop crossing?
3. How does Daisy appear when Mrs. Walker refuses to speak to her?
4. What does Winterbourne agree that Daisy should do?
5. At the funeral, what does Giovanelli proclaim about Daisy?
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