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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do Eduard and Ottilie unexpectedly prove their compatibility with one another?
(a) By playing music together.
(b) By engaging in a debate.
(c) By reciting a dramatic scene.
(d) By playing a game of cards.
2. To whom does the captain find himself irresistibly attracted?
3. What activity does the male guest propose to his hosts upon his first look at the lands around the estate?
(a) That the trio hire a friend of his for the gardening.
(b) That the trio make a journey to the court.
(c) That the trio make a detailed survey of the land.
(d) That the trio return to the comfort of the main house.
4. How does Eduard view his previous feelings of love, before he loved Ottilie?
(a) As the pinnacles of human feeling.
(b) As mere wastes of time.
(c) As necessary endeavors.
(d) As practice for his future seduction of Ottilie.
5. What do Eduard and Charlotte disagree strongly about in the wake of the frightening event during the festivities?
(a) Whether the fireworks show should go on as planned.
(b) When they should reschedule the entire event.
(c) How to tastefully disperse the guests who stay too late.
(d) Whom among the guests is worthy of being invited to dinner.
6. Who does the mistress of the house think has a more-than-average interest in Ottilie?
(a) A common peasant.
(b) The schoolmaster.
(c) The master of the estate.
(d) The male guest at the estate.
7. How does Ottilie respond to Charlotte's mention of the Captain potentially getting married?
(a) She becomes suspicious of Charlotte.
(b) She asks Charlotte directly about her relationship with the Captain.
(c) She cruelly gushes about how the Captain will make a fine husband to another woman.
(d) She makes no response at all and goes about life as usual.
8. Whom does the master of the estate propose come to live with himself and his wife?
(a) The General.
(b) The Captain.
(c) The Baroness.
(d) The Count.
9. What habit does Eduard change as a result of Ottilie's presence and influence?
(a) His recitation of the day's events.
(b) His attendance at church.
(c) His way of reading.
(d) His habit of pipe smoking.
10. What frightening event mars the celebration Eduard had so carefully planned?
(a) A violent storm frightens the guests.
(b) A horse rears, throwing its rider, and striking a few people.
(c) A dam collapses and spills people into the water.
(d) A madman shoots a party guest and runs away
11. How is the female guest of the estate related to the mistress of the estate?
(a) She is her daughter.
(b) She is her young cousin.
(c) She is her step-daughter.
(d) She is her niece.
12. What is the object of the insult Eduard receives indirectly from the Captain?
(a) Eduard's design sense.
(b) Eduard's intelligence and education.
(c) Eduard's family tree.
(d) Eduard's flute playing abilities.
13. How does the narrator describe Charlotte when Eduard comes to make love to her?
(a) As a "secretly shy" young lover.
(b) As a "virginal and innocent" girl.
(c) As a "tempestuous and violent" harridan.
(d) As a "hotly passionate" experienced woman.
14. What is the general content of the postscript of the headmistress's letter to the mistress of the estate?
(a) Criticism of Ottilie.
(b) Praise for Charlotte.
(c) Praise for Maria.
(d) Criticism of Luciane.
15. Once the Captain leaves, what does Charlotte suggest to Eduard regarding Ottilie?
(a) That Charlotte and Ottilie embark on a trip to Italy to view famous sculptures.
(b) That Eduard and Ottilie leave together to indulge their mutual passion.
(c) That Ottilie return to the boarding school or to her great-aunt's home.
(d) That Ottilie become the governess to a wealthy family.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the master of the estate grow up?
2. How does Charlotte respond to Eduard's passion for Ottilie?
3. What is the name of the man who often visits the estate?
4. What incident prompts the captain and Charlotte to kiss?
5. What does Ottilie set in the foundation stone with the other peoples' offerings?
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