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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 picture does Susan recall drawing for Friday?
(a) Men cutting out another's tongue.
(b) A man being shipwrecked.
(d) The terraces with corn growing.
2. What does Susan worry about regarding the story of her life as a cast-away?
(a) That people will think she is lying.
(b) That people will findher immoral.
(c) That it isn't exciting enough.
(d) That she won't make enough money to live off of it,
3. Who is George Lewes?
(a) The young constable.
(b) An attorney.
(c) Mr. Foe's brother.
(d) The man young Susan says is her father.
4. What does Susan say the terraces on the island come to resemble with the passage of time?
(b) Birth and death.
5. What is the result of Susan's new attempted method of communication with Friday?
(a) He ignores her.
(b) He hits her.
(c) She learns how he lost his tongue.
(d) He reaches out for her hand.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the person who watches the house where Susan and Friday live claim to be?
2. What is the name of the street where Susan lives in Part Two?
3. How does Susan attempt to get passage to Africa for Friday?
4. What is the first indication Susan receives, in April, that there is a problem with Mr. Foe?
5. How are the events of Part Two communicated?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Susan say that she and Friday live in Mr. Foe's house "like poor relations"?
2. How does Mr. Foe impact the novel in Part Two?
3. What forms the bond between Susan and Friday in Part Two?
4. Is Susan a loving person?
5. Why does Susan doubt young Susan's story?
6. Describe Susan and Friday's living conditions when they first arrive in the city in Part Two.
7. Explain Susan's concerns over her story.
8. Explain the mystery surrounding Susan's lost child.
9. What are Susan's insecurities in Part Two?
10. Why does Susan decide at the last moment not to put Friday on the ship to Africa?
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