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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the summer of 1902, which individual does Bell hire?
(a) Marilyn Delaere.
(b) Marie Delaere.
(c) Martha Delaere.
(d) Marsha Delaere.
2. By the end of her second year, Bell is the first woman to achieve first place in Modern History studies, but fails in what?
(a) Passing chemistry.
(b) Passing physics.
(c) Securing a husband.
(d) Passing calculus.
3. January 1914 ends, water and provisions are running low, and who is sent to warn Bell to turn back?
(a) Arabian sheiks.
(b) Turkish soldiers.
(c) Lebanese soldiers.
(d) British soldiers.
4. Much of Bell's information is provided by Richard (Dick) Doughty-Wylie who is now living where?
5. Chapter 6 finds Bell where in the summer of 1900?
(a) On holiday in Paris.
(b) Touring in Turkey.
(c) At home in England.
(d) Returning to Jerusalem.
6. Upon returning home, Bell spends how long writing a new book bearing the title Amurath to Amurath?
(a) 1 year.
(b) 18 months.
(c) 15 months.
(d) 9 months.
7. What does Bell see along her desert journey in Chapter 5 that causes her to marvel?
(a) Ancient ruins of palaces and intact pyramids.
(b) Ancient ruins of palaces and Stonehenge.
(c) Ancient ruins of palaces and cities.
(d) Ancient ruins of cities and intact tombs.
8. At age two, what is the name of the Middlesbrough home Bell and her family move to?
(a) Red River.
(b) Red Oaks.
(d) Red Barns.
9. Chapter 5 finds Bell traveling to Jerusalem in what month and year?
(a) December 1888.
(b) September 1899.
(c) July 1899.
(d) November 1899.
10. On this trip in Chapter 7, who besides Delaere is accompanying Bell?
(a) Her cousin.
(b) Her half-brother.
(c) Her grandfather.
(d) Her half-sister.
11. Why is Bell active in this movement in 1908?
(a) She resents male/female inequality.
(b) Traditional Victorians favor segregating working and ruling classes.
(c) She values tradition; social movement is counter to her core Victorian beliefs.
(d) She favors equal voting rights.
12. What does Bell do for the next five years following the loss of Cadogan?
(a) Studies in America, but achieves no additional degrees.
(b) Travels, but to no real purpose.
(c) Travels and learns several European languages.
(d) Donates herself to teaching children with handicaps.
13. The British government once more seeks Bell out at the start of World War I for her information on the region, and she advises they organize the Arabs against which people?
14. A few days into her trip, a Druze band attacks Bell's caravan, but who rescues them?
(a) Jordanian shepherds.
(c) Lebanese soldiers.
(d) Two sheiks.
15. Bell eventually gains the confidence of which soldiers who agree to accompany her on her journey over desert sands?
Short Answer Questions
1. Bell was born on what date?
2. When in 1911 does Bell again leave England for a trip to the East?
3. By the end of May, 1914, Bell is back in England where she receives a prestigious gold medal from whom?
4. What progressive girls' school in London is Bell sent away to?
5. On this 1905 trip, Bell encounters the Druze and is brought the sheik's what to initiate a professional friendship?
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