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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 was Mr. Donahue?
(a) A landlord.
(b) A jockey.
(c) A lawyer.
(d) A filmmaker.
2. What did Donahue want Jessica and Esmond to do?
(a) Participate in his betting scheme.
(b) Attend his party at a casino.
(c) Produce a movie with him.
(d) Invest in some land with him.
3. For what was Seldon Rodman a co-editor?
(a) A left-wing magazine.
(b) A fashion magazine.
(c) A newspaper.
(d) A medical journal.
4. In Washington, the Romillys met people who worked for what type of agencies?
(a) Prohibition agencies.
(b) Immigration agencies.
(c) New Deal agencies.
(d) Agricultural agencies.
5. What did Dave Scherman tell Jessica and Esmond about Donahue?
(a) That Donahue had been in an accident.
(b) That Donahue was well-respected.
(c) That Donahue had gone bankrupt.
(d) That Donahue was a con man.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the death of their daughter, to where did Esmond and Jessica travel?
2. What kind of shop did Miss Warren run?
3. To which state did Donahue invite Jessica and Esmond to travel with him?
4. Whom did Jessica and Esmond ask for permission to get married?
5. Where did Esmond find a job working in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. What story was replayed in the press when Jessica and Esmond moved to New York?
2. While living in Washington, D.C., what were the Romillys hired to write and by whom?
3. Who was Mr. Donahue, and what did he do?
4. Why did Jessica refuse to have lunch on the ship that Nancy was supposed to have been on?
5. What did Jessica realize differed between she and Kay Graham?
6. What did Jessica and Esmond decide to do after Esmond lost his job?
7. What idea did Esmond come up with to make money in America?
8. Where did Jessica and Esmond find employment in London?
9. How did Jessica and Esmond lose all their money in France?
10. What was the situation in Europe in 1939?
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