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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 is the Abbey?
2. In a letter to Daniel, who does Hans report to have recently visited his family?
3. Who owned the chest that Daniel is now inheriting?
4. Where does Daniel's mother want to meet him?
5. Who is also in the room when Mordecai tells his life story to Daniel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Daniel tell his mother when he first sees her?
2. As their marriage sours, what does Grandcourt tell Gwendolyn in relation to Lush dining with them?
3. What does Joseph Kalonymos talk to Daniel about before he hands over the family chest?
4. What does Daniel's mother tell him about her heritage?
5. What does Mordecai predict will happen after Mirah first gives her father money?
6. What does Sir Hugo think about Gwendolyn and Daniel after Grandcourt passes away?
7. Why did Mordecai's mother share a special bonded with his younger sister?
8. What kind of wedding ceremony do Daniel and Mirah have?
9. How did Daniel's mother come to find out about him as an adult?
10. What does Daniel's mother tell him about the family chest?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Gwendolyn comments that she does not want to continue tutoring her younger sister because she is ignorant. Write a well-reasoned essay that discusses 1) which character from the text is the most ignorant; 2) what evidence from the text supports your choice; and 3) two literary devices that Eliot uses to convey that character's ignorance to the reader.
Essay Topic 2
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.
Essay Topic 3
Using supporting text from the book, write a well-reasoned essay discussing whether the character of Gwendolyn is capable of loving anyone.
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