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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. Where will Malcolm's father be sleeping?
(a) In the North Wing.
(b) In the room next to hers.
(c) In the room across from hers.
(d) In the room beside Malcolm's.
2. How many rooms are in Foxworth Hall?
(b) Somewhere between thirty and forty.
3. What did Olivia think that she might gain out of Garland's new wife?
(a) A mothering figure.
(b) An ally.
(c) Someone to go to for advice.
(d) All of these.
4. What objections does Olivia put in about Garland's age?
(a) That he will be dead before she is middle age.
(b) Neither of these.
(c) Both of these.
(d) That he is too old for her.
5. What were Malcolm's concerns when he saw his father's bride pregnant?
(a) That she was going to stay for an indefinite period of time.
(b) That she was going to upset the already existing children.
(c) That there would be another heir to the Foxworth fortune.
(d) All of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Malcolm's father's bride to Olivia?
2. What did Olivia wear that had belonged to her mother?
3. What had happened to Malcolm's mother?
4. What instrument were Mal and Joel playing?
5. What message had been sent for Olivia?
Short Essay Questions
1. What memory did Olivia have that made her feel claustrophobic?
2. How did the guests make Olivia feel at her reception?
3. What had Olivia been certain about in regards to the attic?
4. How did Olivia feel about the uniforms that she had found?
5. What comparisons do the household staff make in regards to Olivia and Alicia?
6. In what way did Malcolm come on to Alicia?
7. How did Mal's birth revive Olivia's hopes for love? What actually occurred?
8. What startled Olivia about the kiss she shared with Malcolm at the end of their wedding?
9. What both intrigued and dismayed Olivia about the library?
10. How did Olivia feel when she had awakened?
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