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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. Who tells Sir Hugo about the engagement between Gwendolyn and Grandcourt?
(b) The Reverend.
2. What does Mirah's father teach her when she is young?
3. What is the dance that Gwendolyn states that she will not dance at the ball soon after she meets Grandcourt?
(a) The polka.
(b) The stilta.
(c) The quadrille.
(d) The waltz.
4. What does Reverend Gascoigne think that Gwendolyn should do if and when Grandcourt proposes?
(a) Accept the proposal.
(b) Turn down the proposal.
(c) Tell him that he must ask for Rev. Gascoigne's permission first.
(d) Tell him that she needs time to think about it so she that doesn't seem too eager.
5. Who is Herr Klesmer?
(a) A famous professor.
(b) The town mayor.
(c) The town baker.
(d) A music teacher.
Short Answer Questions
1. What causes Gwendolyn's winning gambling streak to end when the novel first opens?
2. How does Daniel feel about gambling?
3. How does Grandcourt ask permission to visit Gwendolyn from her after he arrives in Offendene?
4. How does Gwendolyn react to Grandcourt's offer to put her jacket on her after the ball?
5. Why does Grandcourt expect Daniel to be jealous?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mrs. Davilow respond to Gwendolyn's question about illegitimate children?
2. What is the main reason behind Lydia's desire to marry Grandcourt?
3. How does Hans Meyrick's family feel about Daniel?
4. How does Mirah Lapidoth introduce herself to Mrs. Meyrick?
5. What does Lydia Glasher tell Gwendolyn when they first meet?
6. What happens when Rex tries to go hunting with Gwendolyn?
7. Why is Anna a little disappointed to hear of Gwendolyn's engagement?
8. What does Anna think that her life will be like when Rex is first mentioned in the novel?
9. Why does Mrs. Davilow think that Gwendolyn must leave home and get a job?
10. Why does Mr. Lush encourage Grandcourt to seek Catherine Arrowpoint's favor?
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