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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Daniel find a place for Mordecai to live?
2. What is the purpose that Mirah's father claims to want money the first time that he asks her to aid him financially?
3. What kind remark does Gwendolyn make to Daniel before she leaves the Abbey?
4. Why does Hans stay with Daniel instead of his own mother during a visit?
5. What does Gwendolyn confess to Daniel while they are at the Abbey?
Short Essay Questions
1. Before she confides in him, what does Daniel surmise about Gwendolyn's knowledge of Lydia?
2. What does Sir Hugo think about Gwendolyn and Daniel after Grandcourt passes away?
3. What does Grandcourt suspect about the package of diamonds that Gwendolyn has received?
4. What does Sir Hugo confess to Daniel about his reason for keeping Daniel's parentage in secret for so long?
5. How does Rex react to the news that Gwendolyn's husband has drowned?
6. Why does Gwendolyn keep up public appearances that her marriage is a happy one?
7. What does Daniel's mother tell him about the family chest?
8. How does Gwendolyn react to Grandcourt being upset about how she conducts herself around Daniel?
9. What does Mordecai say about the Mrs. Cohen's older daughter when Daniel first asks about her?
10. As their marriage sours, what does Grandcourt tell Gwendolyn in relation to Lush dining with them?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
While Gwendolyn is clearly her mother's favorite child, she reacts very apologetically if she ever hurts her mother's feelings or disobeys her. Discuss what a minimum of two of those types of interactions show the reader about Gwendolyn's character, as well as that of Franny's.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss at least three reasons why a female author would write under a male pen name and what influence if any, the reasons would have on the reader.
Essay Topic 3
Select a character from the list below. Then examine three major choices that the character made in the play, and what those choices reveal to the reader about that him or her.
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