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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 complaint does Effi have about her house, which will be relevant after the birth of her child?
(a) It is haunted by a ghost which might hurt the baby.
(b) It is too small to have visitors.
(c) It is too far for her loved ones to travel to.
(d) It is too cold for a baby to stay in.
2. Who does Innstetten schedule visits with for Effi to meet?
(a) His political colleagues.
(b) Local church leaders.
(c) Members of the landed aristocracy.
(d) Their neighbors.
3. After her wedding, where does Effi send her parents a full letter from?
4. What does Effi send to Innstetten in response to his letters?
(b) Trivia questions.
(d) Pressed flowers.
5. What is characteristic of the elegantly dressed man that Effi sees stroll by her?
(a) He is bald.
(b) He is dragging a cart behind him.
(c) He is talking to himself.
(d) He is deformed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Effi say will suffice for her husband?
2. What does Effi hate, as stated in Chapter 4?
3. What establishment is across the street from Innstetten's home?
4. Who lived in Effi's house before Innstetten?
5. How does Effi's father describe his daughter?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 34, who recommends that Effi go back to Hohen-Cremmen?
2. How did Innstetten come to be named Landrat for Kessin?
3. Why does Innstetten say he must duel with Crampas?
4. What does Effi observe in the surroundings of her new home?
5. What does Effi's father think will be a problem in his daughter's marriage?
6. What does Effi think of when she sees Innstetten in his office?
7. What annoys Effi about Cora Ring?
8. How do the Niemeyers respond to news of Effi's engagement?
9. How does Effi say Innstetten treats her while they are on their honeymoon?
10. What does Effi's father talk about after breakfast on the day after Effi's wedding?
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