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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the second main project the male guest of the estate proposes to his hosts?
(a) To make a map of the entire estate.
(b) To set sail around the European continent.
(c) To rebuild the ruined church in the village.
(d) To make an inventory of the estate.
2. What general plans do Eduard and the captain have for the estate?
(a) Cleaning up the grounds and house and prepare the estate for sale.
(b) Renovating the main house to accommodate Eduard's growing brood.
(c) Tearing down the old stables and erect new ones.
(d) Improving the landscaping on a large scale.
3. How do Eduard and Charlotte act in front of the others the morning after they sleep together?
(a) As if they are suspicious of the thoughts of others.
(b) As if they are ashamed and contrite of their actions.
(c) As if they are proud to have reaffirmed their love.
(d) As if nothing has passed between them the night before.
4. Which person is to be another guest at the estate?
5. What service does Ottilie volunteer to do for Eduard?
(a) Finalize the design of the chapel.
(b) Finish the lengthy inventory of the household.
(c) Make the final copy of the farmstead sale contract.
(d) Repair his many torn articles of clothing.
6. What does Ottilie set in the foundation stone with the other peoples' offerings?
(a) A letter from the schoolmaster.
(b) A lock of her own hair.
(c) A miniature portrait of her father.
(d) A ring her mother gave her.
7. How does Eduard resolve to fulfill his growing need to be always around Ottilie?
(a) He decides they must run away together.
(b) By building a secret love nest out of the moss hut.
(c) He asks Ottilie to try to distract Charlotte.
(d) By conducting a secret correspondence with her.
8. How does the narrator describe Charlotte when Eduard comes to make love to her?
(a) As a "hotly passionate" experienced woman.
(b) As a "secretly shy" young lover.
(c) As a "virginal and innocent" girl.
(d) As a "tempestuous and violent" harridan.
9. What event leads Eduard to begin to be physically attracted to Ottilie?
(a) Ottilie "accidentally" falls into Eduard's arms in the drawing room.
(b) They take the wrong path and get lost while walking.
(c) Eduard finds that she has written of him in her diary.
(d) They begin a secret correspondence in which they admit their desires.
10. How is the female guest of the estate related to the mistress of the estate?
(a) She is her young cousin.
(b) She is her step-daughter.
(c) She is her niece.
(d) She is her daughter.
11. What act of submissiveness does Charlotte warn Ottilie against?
(a) Stooping to pick up something dropped by a man.
(b) Deferring to one's host in conversation.
(c) Walking slowly to accommodate the pace of the elderly.
(d) Lowering one's eyes before royalty.
12. What building has been completed for the celebration planned by Eduard and the Captain?
(a) The chapel.
(b) The pavilion.
(c) The moss hut.
(d) The stables.
13. How do Eduard and Ottilie unexpectedly prove their compatibility with one another?
(a) By engaging in a debate.
(b) By playing music together.
(c) By playing a game of cards.
(d) By reciting a dramatic scene.
14. At whom does Eduard lose his temper while making the new plans for the estate?
(a) A beggar.
(b) A village girl.
(c) A captain.
(d) A parson.
15. What is the general content of the postscript of the headmistress's letter to the mistress of the estate?
(a) Criticism of Luciane.
(b) Criticism of Ottilie.
(c) Praise for Charlotte.
(d) Praise for Maria.
Short Answer Questions
1. What significant physical condition is revealed about Charlotte in Part I, Chapter 18?
2. What objects on Eduard's property are exactly the same age as Ottilie?
3. What does the male guest criticize about the estate?
4. In what activities do Charlotte and Ottilie engage the village girls?
5. What is one subject of the guests and hosts' conversation during the group's first dinner together?
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