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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What news does Mrs. Costello have for her nephew?
(a) that Mr. Miller has joined his family
(b) that the Millers are leaving tomorrow
(c) that the Millers have left Rome
(d) that the Millers are in Rome
2. When Winterbourne goes looking for Daisy and Giovanelli in the park, what does Daisy do when she spots him?
(a) hides herself and Giovanelli behind her parasol
(b) leads Giovanelli into a crowd where they get lost
(c) gets Giovanelli to hire a carriage to take them away
(d) screams at Winterbourne to go away
3. What does Daisy admit to being?
(a) an uncultured American girl
(b) a fearful, frightful flirt
(c) older than she looks
(d) a devoute Christian
4. What do Daisy, Giovanelli, and Winterbourne do in the Pincian Garden?
(a) stroll together
(b) sit and watch the people passing
(c) sit and stare at one another
(d) find a sidewalk cafe
5. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(b) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
(c) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
(d) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women
6. Who is the first person Winterbourne goes to visit in Rome?
(a) Mr. Loren, his Italian banker
(b) Mrs. Walker, an American he knew in Geneva
(c) Mrs. Miller, Daisy's mother
(d) Giorgio Pinza, his Italian tailor
7. Where does Winterbourne run into Daisy after not seeing her for some time?
(a) in the hotel restaurant
(b) a sidewalk cafe
(c) at the Colosseum
(d) the Palace of the Caesars
8. 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 she cannot see the forest for the trees
(d) that Giovanelli is too old for her
9. When have Italian men been calling for Daisy at her hotel?
(a) late at night
(b) after she was seen with Giovanelli
(c) since last month
(d) early in the morning
10. In Book One, how might Daisy be viewed?
(a) as learning how to test a foreign society
(b) as purely innocent but finding excitement
(c) as a proper girl misunderstood by the Americans
(d) as merely testing the social restrictions in Vevey
11. What is Daisy doing that makes Mrs. Walker say she has disgraced herself?
(a) dressing prevocatively
(b) meeting an Italian man in public
(c) being too friendly with all natives
(d) walking around with two men
12. What does Daisy not see in the Italian men she goes out with?
(a) that their manners are crude
(b) that they are uneducated
(c) that they are fortune hunters
(d) that they are married men
13. 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 see things as they really are
(c) the ability to stand up for oneself
(d) the ability to gossip
14. Seen by Daisy as he is about to leave the Colosseum, what does she accuse Winterbourne of?
(a) going away without speaking to her
(b) spying on her
(c) being a snob like the other Americans
(d) being too afraid to fight for her
15. What does Mrs. Walker want Daisy to do?
(a) dismiss Giovanelli and return to her house
(b) leave with her in the carriage
(c) bring winterbourne and go with her
(d) explain herslef
Short Answer Questions
1. What request does Daisy make of Mrs. Walker?
2. After the message is delivered to Winterbourne, what happens to Daisy?
3. What does Winterbourne accept as the truth?
4. What kind of company does Mrs. Costello say Daisy has been keeping?
5. What does Winterbourne finally decide about Daisy?
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