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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Book Two, what is Daisy doing?
(a) trying to teach cultural differences to the Americans
(b) bending to the Victorian social mores
(c) looking for an Italian husband
(d) deliberately flaunting the Victorian social mores
2. What news does Mrs. Costello have for her nephew?
(a) that the Millers are leaving tomorrow
(b) that the Millers have left Rome
(c) that the Millers are in Rome
(d) that Mr. Miller has joined his family
3. What does Daisy admit to being?
(a) a fearful, frightful flirt
(b) an uncultured American girl
(c) older than she looks
(d) a devoute Christian
4. What does flirtation mean to the American expatriates in Rome?
(a) evidence of good breeding
(b) evidence of immoral behavior
(c) an assumption of engagement
(d) innocent games
5. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
(a) when the parasol hides them from him
(b) when Daisy walks out Mrs. Walker's door
(c) when Daisy is not in her hotel room
(d) when Daisy refuses to get in the carriage
6. What does Mrs. Costello suggest Daisy might allow herself to do?
(a) become a common street walker
(b) become pregnant
(c) break Winterbourne's heart
(d) become engaged to Giovanelli
7. What does Winterbourne tell Daisy about?
(a) the rumor of her engagement
(b) the joke he played on Mrs. Walker
(c) the concert he where would like to take her
(d) the illness of Mrs. Costello
8. What does Mrs. Miller suppose Daisy's situation is?
(a) the innocent victim of gossip
(b) engaged and thus not in any danger
(c) carefree and able to take care of herself
(d) perfectly natural for any young girl
9. What request does Daisy make of Mrs. Walker?
(a) to bring a gentleman friend to her party
(b) to ignore Mr. Winterbourne
(c) to tell her where she buys her clothes
(d) to bring her some English tea
10. 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
11. How does Daisy respond to all the advice?
(a) she throwns a temper tantrum
(b) she meekly gets into the carriage
(c) she breaks down sobbing
(d) she walks away with Giovanelli
12. What disease is believed to be cause by night air?
(d) heart failure
13. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
(a) she is American with an Italian last name
(b) she is trying to deny her American past
(c) she is more naive than Daisy
(d) she has no particular religious beliefs
14. 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 make judgments of other people
(c) the ability to gossip
(d) the ability to stand up for oneself
15. Figuratively, what does Winterbourne choose to do with Daisy that night at the Colosseum?
(a) rescue her from danger
(b) give her to Caesar
(c) teach her about impropriety
(d) throw her to the lions
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Winterbourne do instead of trying to let Daisy know his true feelings?
2. What gossip does Winterbourne agree that Daisy is doing by her behavior?
3. What rude comment does Randolph make to Mrs. Walker?
4. What does Daisy ask if Winterbourne remembers?
5. What does Daisy berate Winterbourne for?
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