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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. What did the Durrs ask Jessica and Esmond about at dinner?
(a) Their experiences in Spain.
(b) Their children.
(c) Their feelings about communism.
(d) Their lives in England.
2. What story was replayed in the New York papers after Jessica and Esmond moved there?
(a) The story of Jessica and Esmond's elopement.
(b) The story of Nancy's success.
(c) The story of Diana's divorce
(d) The story of Prince Edward's love affair.
3. Who was Horton?
(a) A taxi driver.
(b) A doorman.
(c) A clergyman.
(d) An English butler.
4. Who offered to let Esmond and Jessica a house to stay in?
(a) Dorothy Allhusen.
(b) Esmond's uncle Winston.
(c) Jessica's aunt.
(d) Roger Roughton.
5. In which city did Esmond and Jessica try out his game-winning system?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jessica do while Esmond was selling his wares in Washington?
2. What kind of shop did Miss Warren run?
3. While traveling, what impressed Jessica and Esmond about Americans?
4. How long did it take for Esmond and Jessica to lose all their money gambling?
5. To which state did Donahue invite Jessica and Esmond to travel with him?
Short Essay Questions
1. In the time after they left New York, what would Jessica and Esmond discuss with many of the people they met?
2. What did Jessica and Esmond decide to do after Esmond lost his job?
3. How did Esmond come to be part owner of a restaurant in Miami?
4. What did Jessica think of the protest meeting held by the Communists that she attended?
5. What trouble did Jessica and Esmond run into with an electric company?
6. How did Jessica and Esmond end up in Miami?
7. Who was Mr. Donahue, and what did he do?
8. What happened to Jessica and Esmond's daughter?
9. What was a typical day like for Jessica and Esmond in Bilbao?
10. With whom did Jessica find a new job in 1939?
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