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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Daisy berate Winterbourne for?
(a) not standing up for her
(b) believing everything he hears
(c) not calling at her hotel
(d) not minding his own business
2. What is the contrast between the Millers and Rome?
(a) Rome represents the modern and the Millers represent old customs
(b) Rome is uncultured as opposed to the Miller's sophistication
(c) Rome contrasts with the antiquated Americans
(d) Rome antiquities contrast to the nouveau riche Americans
3. Why does Winterbourne arrive in Rome that winter?
(a) to travel on to Spain
(b) to see the colosseum
(c) to visit his aunt
(d) to help find a school for Randolf
4. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
(b) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
(c) Daisy and her family
(d) Randolph, looking for sweets
5. What is Daisy doing that makes Mrs. Walker say she has disgraced herself?
(a) walking around with two men
(b) dressing prevocatively
(c) being too friendly with all natives
(d) meeting an Italian man in public
6. How does Daisy respond to all the advice?
(a) she throwns a temper tantrum
(b) she walks away with Giovanelli
(c) she breaks down sobbing
(d) she meekly gets into the carriage
7. More so in Rome, what is the central theme of the novel?
(b) appearance versus reality
(c) the mystery of Daisy
(d) outrageous behavior
8. What indicates that Winterbourne is actually eager to see Daisy?
(a) he skipped Bologna and Florence on his way to Rome
(b) he looks her up first when he gets to Rome
(c) he doesn't talk about her with Mrs. Costello
(d) he tries to appear eager to please Daisy
9. What comment of Winterbourne's does Daisy find disagreeable?
(a) that she should be ashamed of herself
(b) that she and Giovanelli are in love
(c) that Giovanelli is too old for her
(d) that she cannot see the forest for the trees
10. Winterbourne makes a conclusion that Daisy is not an innocent child but a woman with what attribute?
(a) disregard for social propriety
(b) care about what others think of her
(d) willingness to conform to social propriety
11. What does Daisy say she intends to do?
(a) to find a local bar
(b) to look for new men
(c) to stroll and socialize with Mr. Giovanelli
(d) to sit in the garden and read
12. Why does Daisy say she must leave early?
(a) to walk at the Pincian Garden
(b) to pick up a new dress she bought
(c) to get away from winterbourne
(d) to get something for her headache
13. How does Daisy correspond with Winterbourne?
(a) by waving at him from her window
(b) in a message passed on by her mother
(c) by sending a message with Giovanelli
(d) by inviting him to the Miller's hotel room
14. What emotion prevents Winterbourne from going directly to see Daisy in Rome?
15. What does Winterbourne accept as the truth?
(a) the things Daisy says
(b) the facts
(c) his observationsa
(d) the appearance of things
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Daisy miffed at Winterbourne?
2. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
3. Where does Winterbourne run into Daisy after not seeing her for some time?
4. What does Daisy not see in the Italian men she goes out with?
5. What is Daisy doing, according to Mrs. Costello, that disturbs Winterbourne?
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