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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. What did Sir Hugo promise to do with Daniel when Daniel's mother gave Daniel to him?
2. What is Daniel's first reaction to learning about Lydia?
3. Where does Herr invite Mirah to sing?
4. What did Daniel's mother do for a living when he was born?
5. Who visits Gwendolyn after Grandcourt drowns?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why had Daniel's mother marry so quickly?
2. How do the Cohens react when Daniel and Mordecai tell them that Mordecai will be leaving them to go live with his long-lost sister?
3. What does Sir Hugo confess to Daniel about his reason for keeping Daniel's parentage in secret for so long?
4. What does Mordecai say about the Mrs. Cohen's older daughter when Daniel first asks about her?
5. How does Daniel's mother misrepresent Daniel's identity to her servants?
6. How does Gwendolyn react to Grandcourt being upset about how she conducts herself around Daniel?
7. What does Gwendolyn tell Sir Hugo about what Grandcourt has left her?
8. How did Daniel's mother come to find out about him as an adult?
9. What does the reader learn about the Arrowpoints during the conversation among Daniel, Grandcourt and Gwendolyn at the Abbey?
10. What does Joseph Kalonymos talk to Daniel about before he hands over the family chest?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast two male characters from "Daniel Deronda".
Essay Topic 2
Using supporting text from the book, write an essay discussing at least three reasons why Daniel should have married Gwendolyn.
Essay Topic 3
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.
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