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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Winterbourne conclude he would deucedly enjoy?
(a) pulling Mrs. Miller's hair
(b) going off with Daisy
(c) kicking Eugenio
(d) pushing Daisy into the lake
2. What surprises Winterbourne during the discussion about Chillon with Daisy's mother?
(a) suggesting that Randolph go with them
(b) suggesting that she accompany them
(c) suggesting that Daisy go alone
(d) suggesting that Daisy should not go
3. Where does Winterbourne wait for Daisy to join him for the trip to the castle?
(a) the garden in back of the hotel
(b) out in front of the hotel
(c) the large hall of the hotel
(d) in the hotel dining room
4. What is Daisy's younger brother's name?
(a) Randolph C. Miller
(b) Rudolph G. Miller
(c) Randolph G. Miller
(d) Rudolph C. Miller
5. What has Mrs. Costello done after seeing the Millers in the hotel?
(a) introduced herself
(b) sent them an invitation to tea
(c) had a migraine headache
(d) kept out of their way
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello's attitude?
2. What are all the people doing as they pass out of the great hall?
3. How does Daisy seem to Winterbourne during the trip?
4. Why do they meet where he is waiting?
5. What does Daisy represent in the novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe briefly how Daisy enjoys creating a fuss.
2. Describe the main conflict of the novel.
3. How does Miller set up a theme of tension between the Americans and the Europeans?
4. What are some of the Miller family behaviors that appear objectionable to the American expatriates?
5. What is another clue Winterbourne seems to miss that Daisy is interested in him?
6. What is the irony of Mrs. Costello's nieces in America?
7. Describe Daisy's coquettish behavior with Winterbourne on the way to Chillon.
8. What shows Daisy's awareness of the American expatriates' snobbishness?
9. Briefly describe the double standard about morality implied in the novel.
10. What makes Winterbourne so proud on the trip to Chillon?
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