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Daughter of Fortune Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Jeremy's brother's job?



2. Why does Paulina's father disapprove of her lover?



3. How old is the man that Rose introduces to Eliza?



4. What does Eliza think Joaquin's name is?



5. How does Tao Chi'en's sister die?



Short Essay Questions

1. How does Mama Fresia find out that Eliza is seeing Joaquin?



2. What does Tao Chi'en learn about happiness from his second owner, the zhong yi?



3. In what way is Rose's father more similar to her than to his sons?



4. How does Paulina's business venture differ from those of other people who plan to make money off of trade to California?



5. How does fate intervene for Eliza at the end of "The News"?



6. What does Jacob do to become a celebrity?



7. How does Rose feel about Eliza spending a lot of time in the kitchen?



8. Why don't Rose Sommers and Mama Fresia try to stop Eliza from delivering her letter to Joaquin?



9. Why has Rose never been married?



10. Why do the townspeople come to Joe's aid when her barn burns down?



Essay Topics

Allende portrays the prostitutes in the traveling brothel and the one on the ship as being very kind and loyal. List some examples of times that prostitutes are shown in a good light. What is the significance of portraying these women (who are doing what might be considered immoral by most) as caring and helpful?

Upon being acquainted, Eliza and Joaquin seem to have very little in common. What do they see in each other? Eliza and Tao Chi'en also seem to have many differences. Do you think their relationship will work out any better? Use examples from the novel to support your ideas.

Eliza has two clashing worlds influencing her as she grows up: the world of proper English people and the world of Chilean poverty. Which lifestyle does she seem to enjoy more? How does each lifestyle shape the woman she grows up to be? Use specific examples.

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