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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
(a) a bad impression to the Italians
(b) danger to her health
(c) much gossip among the Americans
(d) Italians to laugh at the Americans
2. What does Daisy berate Winterbourne for?
(a) not standing up for her
(b) not minding his own business
(c) not calling at her hotel
(d) believing everything he hears
3. After the message is delivered to Winterbourne, what happens to Daisy?
(a) she returns to America
(b) she recuperates
(c) she dies
(d) she marries Giovanelli
4. What does Daisy ask if Winterbourne remembers?
(a) the sugar he gave to Randolf
(b) the day they walked in the garden
(c) the way she dressed for the steamer trip
(d) the trip to the Chillon Castle
5. How do people like Mrs. Costello often make judgments of others?
(a) based on observation
(b) based on the Bible
(c) based on the facts
(d) based on gossip
6. Where does Winterbourne next see Giovanelli?
(a) sitting alone in the park
(b) at Daisy's funeral
(c) on the train to Switzerland
(d) walking with another American girl
7. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) evidence of immoral behavior
(b) evidence of good breeding
(c) innocent games
(d) an assumption of engagement
8. What do Daisy, Giovanelli, and Winterbourne do in the Pincian Garden?
(a) sit and stare at one another
(b) sit and watch the people passing
(c) find a sidewalk cafe
(d) stroll together
9. 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 her dress looks frumpy
(d) that their hotel rooms are bigger than hers
10. What kind of company does Mrs. Costello say Daisy has been keeping?
(a) Italian royalty
(b) married men
(c) American expatriates
(d) low-class locals
11. How does Daisy's letter to Winterbourne reveal her real feelings about him?
(a) remembering the trip to Chillon Castle
(b) an out right declaration of love
(c) an apology for her behavior
(d) a promise to see him when she recovers
12. What resolve does Winterbourne make about Daisy's meeting with Giovanelli?
(a) to challenge Giovanelli to a duel
(b) to pretend to leave and then follow them
(c) not to leave them alone together
(d) to show Daisy what kind of man Giovanelli is
13. Who does Winterbourne warn about Daisy's behavior?
(a) Mrs. Costello
(b) Daisy, herself
(c) Mrs. Miller
14. What is Daisy doing that makes Mrs. Walker say she has disgraced herself?
(a) dressing prevocatively
(b) being too friendly with all natives
(c) walking around with two men
(d) meeting an Italian man in public
15. Seen by Daisy as he is about to leave the Colosseum, what does she accuse Winterbourne of?
(a) going away without speaking to her
(b) being a snob like the other Americans
(c) spying on her
(d) being too afraid to fight for her
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Daisy correspond with Winterbourne?
2. What does Daisy not see in the Italian men she goes out with?
3. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
4. What does Mrs. Costello suggest Daisy might allow herself to do?
5. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
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