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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 is Daisy's younger brother's name?
(a) Rudolph G. Miller
(b) Randolph C. Miller
(c) Rudolph C. Miller
(d) Randolph G. Miller
2. What was Mrs. Miller unable to do?
(a) walk up the stairs
(b) straighten her shawl
(c) put Randolph to bed
(d) get Eugenio to order tea
3. What in Daisy's action indicates that she does not anticipate doing?
(a) anything moral
(b) anything wrong
(c) anything secret
(d) anything non controversial
4. What are all the people doing as they pass out of the great hall?
(a) looking very hard
(b) talking about the weather
(c) trying to get out the door
(d) minding their own business
5. Where does Daisy's brother say his father is?
(a) upstairs in their hotel room
(b) a better place than Europe
(c) doing buisness in Rome
(d) in California, USA
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Mrs. Costello and the Europeans not need physical proof of Daisy's indiscretions?
2. What is Winterbourne's frame of mind as Daisy goes inside?
3. How does Mrs. Costello see Daisy?
4. Given the chance to row off in the night with Winterbourne, what action indicates Daisy might not be as loose as people think?
5. What does Daisy say her mother doesn't like?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the overall objection to the Miller family?
2. Explain Winterbourne's attraction to Daisy.
3. Describe the main conflict of the novel.
4. Describe Daisy's coquettish behavior with Winterbourne on the way to Chillon.
5. What behavior on the part of the Millers accentuates the European-American conflict?
6. Explain Winterbourne's first impression of Daisy.
7. What are some of the Miller family behaviors that appear objectionable to the American expatriates?
8. What is Winterbourne's self-image on the trip?
9. What seems to be a flirtatious pastime of Daisy's?
10. What shows Daisy's awareness of the American expatriates' snobbishness?
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