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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Daisy see her flirtations as being?
(a) the way a woman gets power over a man
(b) what is necessary to attract a man
(c) a serious habit she cannot break
(d) evidence that nothing improper is going on
2. Who arrives at the house Winterbourne is visiting?
(a) Mrs. Miller, looking for Daisy
(b) Daisy and her family
(c) Randolph, looking for sweets
(d) One of Daisy's Italian gentlemen
3. What is the era the navel DAISY MILLER takes place in?
(a) the Victorian era
(b) the Revolutionary era
(c) the Renaissance era
(d) the Edwardian era
4. What request does Daisy make of Mrs. Walker?
(a) to bring a gentleman friend to her party
(b) to ignore Mr. Winterbourne
(c) to bring her some English tea
(d) to tell her where she buys her clothes
5. How do people like Mrs. Costello often make judgments of others?
(a) based on observation
(b) based on the facts
(c) based on the Bible
(d) based on gossip
6. What does Winterbourne volunteer to do?
(a) walk with Daisy to her rendezvous
(b) call on Daisy the next day
(c) find Daisy a carriage
(d) hold the door open for Daisy to exit
7. 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
(c) willingness to conform to social propriety
8. What is the ironic double standard at the end of the novel?
(a) Winterbourne refuses to admit his mistake
(b) Winterbourne is having an affair with two women
(c) Winterbourne is pursuing an American lady in Geneva
(d) Mrs. Costello refuses to see him again
9. When does Winterbourne decide emphatically that Daisy is not a nice girl?
(a) seeing her enter her hotel at one a. m.
(b) seeing her out with two men at the same time
(c) hiding herself behind her parasol
(d) seeing her at the Colosseum with Giovanelli
10. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello?
(a) she is trying to deny her American past
(b) she has no particular religious beliefs
(c) she is more naive than Daisy
(d) she is American with an Italian last name
11. How does Daisy respond to all the advice?
(a) she meekly gets into the carriage
(b) she walks away with Giovanelli
(c) she breaks down sobbing
(d) she throwns a temper tantrum
12. What is the irony of the Americans disapproving of the outsiders?
(a) they are ignorant of cultural differences
(b) they are long time Italian residents
(c) they disapprove of everyone
(d) they are outsiders in Italy themselves
13. What does Daisy say she intends to do?
(a) to sit in the garden and read
(b) to look for new men
(c) to find a local bar
(d) to stroll and socialize with Mr. Giovanelli
14. What does Winterbourne do instead of trying to let Daisy know his true feelings?
(a) obsesses over her relationship with the other man
(b) insists that she apologize to Mrs. Walker
(c) ignores her completely
(d) brushes her off to talk with Giovanelli
15. What does Daisy say is a disagreeable thing for Winterbourne today?
(a) that she has no culture
(b) that she has no fashion sense
(c) that she and Giovanelli are in love
(d) that she is star struck
Short Answer Questions
1. What rude comment does Randolph make to Mrs. Walker?
2. What are the rumors about what Winterbourne is pursuing in Geneva?
3. What does Daisy berate Winterbourne for?
4. In Book One, how might Daisy be viewed?
5. What does the American community use to punish non-conformists?
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