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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of company does Mrs. Costello say Daisy has been keeping?
(a) married men
(b) low-class locals
(c) American expatriates
(d) Italian royalty
2. What disease is believed to be cause by night air?
(a) heart failure
3. What does Winterbourne scold Daisy about?
(a) dressing so casually
(b) being unchaperoned
(c) being out so late
(d) exposing herself to the night air
4. What does Daisy ask if Winterbourne remembers?
(a) the sugar he gave to Randolf
(b) the way she dressed for the steamer trip
(c) the day they walked in the garden
(d) the trip to the Chillon Castle
5. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
(a) when Daisy is not in her hotel room
(b) when the parasol hides them from him
(c) when Daisy walks out Mrs. Walker's door
(d) when Daisy refuses to get in the carriage
6. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) evidence of immoral behavior
(b) an assumption of engagement
(c) evidence of good breeding
(d) innocent games
7. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) Randolph, looking for sweets
(b) Daisy and her family
(c) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
(d) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
8. In Book Two, what is Daisy doing?
(a) deliberately flaunting the Victorian social mores
(b) looking for an Italian husband
(c) bending to the Victorian social mores
(d) trying to teach cultural differences to the Americans
9. What has Daisy already noticed Mr. Giovanelli doing?
(a) pretending that he is Italian royalty
(b) staring at a carriage full of women
(c) trying to get money from her
(d) giving her too much flattery
10. 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 not cultured but not bad
(d) saying she is just trying to learn the language
11. What resolve does Winterbourne make about Daisy's meeting with Giovanelli?
(a) to show Daisy what kind of man Giovanelli is
(b) not to leave them alone together
(c) to pretend to leave and then follow them
(d) to challenge Giovanelli to a duel
12. More so in Rome, what is the central theme of the novel?
(b) outrageous behavior
(c) the mystery of Daisy
(d) appearance versus reality
13. What does Daisy not see in the Italian men she goes out with?
(a) that they are uneducated
(b) that their manners are crude
(c) that they are married men
(d) that they are fortune hunters
14. What does Winterbourne accept as the truth?
(a) the facts
(b) the appearance of things
(c) his observationsa
(d) the things Daisy says
15. How does Daisy tease Winterbourne about her reported engagement?
(a) she asks where to shop for wedding dresses
(b) she shows him her diamond engagement ring
(c) she asks him what he believes
(d) first she says she is and then says she isn't
Short Answer Questions
1. In Book One, how might Daisy be viewed?
2. What does Daisy say is a disagreeable thing for Winterbourne today?
3. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
4. What does Winterbourne warn Daisy that she is becoming?
5. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
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