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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 specific form of memorializing does Charlotte admit having an aversion to?
(b) Stone busts.
(d) Elegiac poetry.
2. What new feature of Eduard's character makes him more like Ottilie?
(a) He loses his voice.
(b) He suffers from one-sided headaches.
(c) His handwriting becomes more like Ottilie's.
(d) He eats less and less.
3. How does Ottilie die?
(a) She convinces Nanni to poison her.
(b) She jumps to her death from a cliff.
(c) She hangs herself.
(d) She starves herself.
4. What experiment does the foreign visitor's companion try on Charlotte and Ottilie?
(a) The gravity investigation.
(b) The leverage trial.
(c) The pendulum experiment.
(d) The scales hypothesis.
5. Why does Ottilie avoid a path by the side of the lake?
(a) The place fills her with dread and she gets a headache.
(b) The path reminds her of her lost lover.
(c) She once fell from that path and hurt herself.
(d) She has been warned by the townsfolk that the path is cursed.
Short Answer Questions
1. What event endangers the protagonists of the story?
2. Which representation of an artistic work results in the most applause for Luciane?
3. Why is Charlotte agitated by the foreign visitor's tale?
4. What effect does the foreign visitor to the estate have on Ottilie, when he expounds upon the uselessness of over improving the land?
5. What is the general substance of Ottilie's second journal entry?
Short Essay Questions
1. Whom does Eduard meet when he walks through his own estate, and what is the significance of their meeting?
2. What plans does the architect have for the church?
3. Where does Eduard go to meet Ottilie, and what are the circumstances of their meeting?
4. What is problematic about Luciane's interactions with other people, and what is one example of this?
5. How does Eduard respond to the tragedy involving Ottilie and Otto?
6. What decision does Ottilie make that she normally never would, and what are the results of it?
7. How does the novel end?
8. How does Ottilie respond to the tragedy involving herself and Otto?
9. What is the general substance of Ottilie's fourth journal entry?
10. In Part II, Chapter 9, where does Charlotte decide to live for a short time, and why?
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