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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Book One, how might Daisy be viewed?
(a) as a proper girl misunderstood by the Americans
(b) as merely testing the social restrictions in Vevey
(c) as learning how to test a foreign society
(d) as purely innocent but finding excitement
2. When Winterbourne goes looking for Daisy and Giovanelli in the park, what does Daisy do when she spots him?
(a) gets Giovanelli to hire a carriage to take them away
(b) hides herself and Giovanelli behind her parasol
(c) screams at Winterbourne to go away
(d) leads Giovanelli into a crowd where they get lost
3. Why does Winterbourne arrive in Rome that winter?
(a) to travel on to Spain
(b) to see the colosseum
(c) to help find a school for Randolf
(d) to visit his aunt
4. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
(b) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(c) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women
(d) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
5. When does Winterbourne decide emphatically that Daisy is not a nice girl?
(a) seeing her out with two men at the same time
(b) seeing her enter her hotel at one a. m.
(c) hiding herself behind her parasol
(d) seeing her at the Colosseum with Giovanelli
6. What does Mrs. Costello say Daisy's activities are causing ?
(a) much gossip among the Americans
(b) danger to her health
(c) a bad impression to the Italians
(d) Italians to laugh at the Americans
7. What is the contrast between the Millers and Rome?
(a) Rome antiquities contrast to the nouveau riche Americans
(b) Rome contrasts with the antiquated Americans
(c) Rome represents the modern and the Millers represent old customs
(d) Rome is uncultured as opposed to the Miller's sophistication
8. What is Daisy doing, according to Mrs. Costello, that disturbs Winterbourne?
(a) avoiding the Americans
(b) behaving snobbishly
(c) entertaining men
(d) staying out late at night
9. How does Mrs. Walker react to Daisy's announcement?
(a) she warns that it is not safe
(b) she orders Daisy to remain at her place
(c) she seems confused by Daisy's plan
(d) she is relieved that someone will meet Daisy
10. At what time does Winterbourne run into Daisy and Giovanelli again at the Colosseum a week later?
(a) near midnight
(b) at two in the morning
(c) about seven-thirty
(d) at five in the afternoon
11. More so in Rome, what is the central theme of the novel?
(a) appearance versus reality
(b) the mystery of Daisy
(d) outrageous behavior
12. At what point does Winterbourne begin to doubt Daisy's innocence?
(a) when Daisy refuses to get in the carriage
(b) when Daisy walks out Mrs. Walker's door
(c) when the parasol hides them from him
(d) when Daisy is not in her hotel room
13. What does Mrs. Miller suppose Daisy's situation is?
(a) engaged and thus not in any danger
(b) carefree and able to take care of herself
(c) the innocent victim of gossip
(d) perfectly natural for any young girl
14. Figuratively, what does Winterbourne choose to do with Daisy that night at the Colosseum?
(a) teach her about impropriety
(b) give her to Caesar
(c) throw her to the lions
(d) rescue her from danger
15. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
(a) she has no particular religious beliefs
(b) she is trying to deny her American past
(c) she is American with an Italian last name
(d) she is more naive than Daisy
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of company does Mrs. Costello say Daisy has been keeping?
2. What does Winterbourne agree that Daisy should do?
3. What is the symbolism of the Colosseum?
4. What gossip does Winterbourne agree that Daisy is doing by her behavior?
5. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
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