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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 44, 45, 46, and 47.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After impulsively kissing Sarah, what does Charles do?
(a) Tells her to go to the White Lion and wait for him.
(b) Pushes Sarah away and runs out of the shed.
(c) Suggests that she go to London as his mistress.
(d) Lays her down on the hay and makes love to her.
2. What gimmick does Knowles use as an ending of the story in Chapter 44?
(a) The breakup of Charles' engagement to Ernestine.
(b) A flashback to the time Ernestine was sixteen.
(c) A story within a story that has no ending.
(d) The story as it would have been written in Victorian England.
3. Why does Mrs. Poulteney insist Sarah stay when Mrs. Tranter calls with Charles and Ernestina in tow?
(a) She needs Sarah to pour the tea.
(b) She wants Sarah to give her opinion about the young couple.
(c) She feels it her duty to embarrass Charles and Ernestina and make Sarah uncomfortable.
(d) She wants to flaunt her wealth and position.
4. What document does Dr. Grogan give Charles to read?
(a) The admission requirements for Bedlam.
(b) The gossip in the local newspaper.
(c) Darwin's Origin of Species
(d) The trial of Lieutenant Le Ronciere.
5. In the Victorian ending, what unlikely thing does Charles do?
(a) Warns Ernestine never to mention the name of Tragedy.
(b) Pays for Sam's and Mary's wedding.
(c) Goes into business with Ernestine's father.
(d) Tells Ernestine everything about him and Sarah.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sarah suggest Mrs. Poulteney do with her severance pay?
2. What does Charles discover from Mrs. Endicott?
3. When Charles tells Sam not to see Mary until he has cleared it with Mrs. Tranter, to what does Sam compare himself?
4. What kind of morning greets Charles as he begins his walk to meet Sarah?
5. How does Dr. Grogan rebut Charles' objection that nothing improper passed between him and Sarah?
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