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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 does Roswitha say she would rather do than give birth again?
(b) Be stoned.
(c) Stick a needle in her eye.
(d) Set herself on fire.
2. How long does Innstetten go to jail for his role in the duel?
(a) One week.
(b) Six weeks.
(c) One year.
(d) He did not go to jail.
3. What does Innstetten want to be able to hear from his new home?
(b) Street noise.
(c) Running water.
(d) Church bells.
4. Who does Effi seek help from to get permission to see her daughter?
(b) Innstetten's boss.
(c) Her father.
(d) The Minister's wife.
5. How does Innstetten feel about Effi's participation in Crampas' play?
(a) Innstetten is embarrassed by Effi.
(b) Innstetten thinks Effi is wasting her time.
(c) Innstetten is proud of Effi.
(d) Innstetten doesn't like Effi spending time with Crampas.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Effi's doctor recommends time away from Berlin, who acts as Effi's chaperon?
2. What happens to Annie when she falls one day after school?
3. A rumor circulates in Kessin that Innstetten will be assigned to a post in which country?
4. What do the Briests fear will happen if Effi does NOT have another child?
5. What ancient artifact do Effi and Innstetten see at Lake Hertha?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Innstetten feel after learning of Effi's affair?
2. What annoys Effi about Cora Ring?
3. Why is Effi's return trip to Kessin from Berlin postponed?
4. What does the postman deliver to Effi when she is staying in Ems?
5. Why do Effi and Innstetten go to Uvagla?
6. In Chapter 18, what does Crampas decide to produce?
7. Why is Innstetten happier in Berlin than in Kessin?
8. Describe the poem, "God's Wall", which Effi knows from childhood.
9. What do Effi's acquaintances in Berlin often swap anecdotes about?
10. How has Innstetten looked differently at life since the duel?
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