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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. After they have married, what of Effi does her father say that Innstetten will NOT be able to cope with?
(a) Her desire for fun and adventure.
(b) Her uncontrollable temper.
(c) Her childishness.
(d) Her attachment to animals.
2. How does Effi's mother know Baron Innstetten?
(a) He is her former classmate.
(b) He is her former suitor.
(c) He is her cousin.
(d) He is her brother's childhood friend.
3. What does Effi name her daughter?
4. Who does Effi say will suffice for her husband?
(a) Any man with enough money to support her.
(b) Any man who treats her kindly.
(c) Any man who will leave her to her own devices.
(d) Any good-looking aristocrat.
5. What does Effi's father suggest that makes her mother call him "incorrigible"?
(a) That Effi have a honeymoon.
(b) That Effi should have a nicer dress than the one she picked out.
(c) That he can't afford to pay for a wedding.
(d) That he'll have to go to the poor house.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Effi awakes in her new home, why is Innstetten waiting for her?
2. Who is Christel?
3. What description are we given of Hulda's mother?
4. What is the surname of Bertha and Hertha?
5. In which month is Effi's wedding to take place?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Innstetten looked differently at life since the duel?
2. After seven years in Berlin, why does Effi's doctor recommend that she leave the city for six weeks?
3. Why does Innstetten say he must duel with Crampas?
4. In Chapter 18, what does Crampas decide to produce?
5. What is said must accompany love for Effi's sake?
6. As she studies the surroundings of her new home, who does Effi see stroll past?
7. What does Johanna point out when Roswitha says what happened between Crampas and Effi happened long ago?
8. Who are Effi's childhood friends?
9. How does Effi say good-bye to Gieshübler?
10. Describe the poem, "God's Wall", which Effi knows from childhood.
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