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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 part does Innstetten need Wüllersdorf to play in his duel with Crampas?
(a) Innstetten needs Wüllersdorf to referee.
(b) Innstetten needs Wüllersdorf to be his second.
(c) Innstetten needs Wüllersdorf to help him cheat.
(d) Innstetten needs Wüllersdorf to tell Effi about the duel.
2. Who does Roswitha accuse Johanna of being in love with in Chapter 29?
3. What does Innstetten say is passé in Berlin?
(a) Frilly dresses.
(b) Reading poetry.
4. How does Crampas treat Effi differently than the other cast members of the play?
(a) Crampas only helps Effi memorize her lines.
(b) Crampas speaks to Effi more than anyone else.
(c) Crampas is less attentive to Effi.
(d) Crampas is less strict with Effi.
5. Rather than love, what has Effi's father always believed his daughter feels for Innstetten?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who flirts with Innstetten in Uvagla?
2. What month is it when Innstetten travels to have a duel with Crampas?
3. Where do Innstetten and Crampas fight their duel?
4. How long does it take Effi to recover from her illness once she returns to Hohen-Cremmen?
5. What song is sung at the dinner for the forester?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Innstetten feel after learning of Effi's affair?
2. Why is Innstetten happier in Berlin than in Kessin?
3. After seven years in Berlin, why does Effi's doctor recommend that she leave the city for six weeks?
4. What is found one day after Annie cuts her head?
5. Why is Effi's return trip to Kessin from Berlin postponed?
6. What happens after the party traveling from Uvagla crosses the schloon?
7. Why does Innstetten say he must duel with Crampas?
8. How has Innstetten looked differently at life since the duel?
9. What do Effi's acquaintances in Berlin often swap anecdotes about?
10. What does Innstetten ask of Wüllersdorf in Chapter 28?
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