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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is missing in Daisy that parallels what is missing in the American expatriates?
(a) the ability to make judgments of other people
(b) the ability to gossip
(c) the ability to see things as they really are
(d) the ability to stand up for oneself
2. What does Daisy not see in the Italian men she goes out with?
(a) that their manners are crude
(b) that they are fortune hunters
(c) that they are married men
(d) that they are uneducated
3. What is a further danger at night in the Colosseum?
(b) the police
4. Who discusses Daisy's exploits but without the disapproving tone of Mrs. Costello?
(c) Mr. Loren
(d) Mrs. Miller
5. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
(a) she is trying to deny her American past
(b) she is more naive than Daisy
(c) she is American with an Italian last name
(d) she has no particular religious beliefs
6. What renews Winterbourne's interest in Daisy Miller?
(a) when he hears she has broken up with Giovanelli
(b) when he learns that she has fallen ill
(c) when he hears she has married Giovanelli
(d) when he hears she is leaving Rome
7. What does Winterbourne volunteer to do?
(a) hold the door open for Daisy to exit
(b) find Daisy a carriage
(c) call on Daisy the next day
(d) walk with Daisy to her rendezvous
8. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
(a) Giorgio Pinza, his Italian tailor
(b) Mrs. Miller, Daisy's mother
(c) Mrs. Walker, an American he knew in Geneva
(d) Mr. Loren, his Italian banker
9. 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
10. What does Winterbourne say he had done to Daisy?
(a) slapped her face
(b) an injustice
(c) told her off
(d) contributed to the rumors about her
11. What is Daisy doing, according to Mrs. Costello, that disturbs Winterbourne?
(a) staying out late at night
(b) entertaining men
(c) behaving snobbishly
(d) avoiding the Americans
12. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
(b) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(c) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women
(d) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
13. How does Daisy correspond with Winterbourne?
(a) in a message passed on by her mother
(b) by sending a message with Giovanelli
(c) by inviting him to the Miller's hotel room
(d) by waving at him from her window
14. Seen by Daisy as he is about to leave the Colosseum, what does she accuse Winterbourne of?
(a) being too afraid to fight for her
(b) going away without speaking to her
(c) being a snob like the other Americans
(d) spying on her
15. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
(b) Randolph, looking for sweets
(c) Daisy and her family
(d) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
Short Answer Questions
1. What news does Mrs. Costello have for her nephew?
2. What does Winterbourne scold Daisy about?
3. Who does Mrs. Costello say has a good deal of manner and a wonderful mustache?
4. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
5. What does Winterbourne do instead of trying to let Daisy know his true feelings?
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