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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. How do the servants distinguish between the two Mrs. Foxworths?
(a) They call Olivia "the tall one."
(b) All of these.
(c) They call Olivia "the cold one."
(d) They call Olivia "the depressing one."
2. What did John Amos say that Olivia had invited into her home?
(b) The devil.
3. What did John Amos continue to warn Olivia about?
(a) Corinne was unhappy.
(b) The relationship between Christopher and Corinne was unnatural.
(c) Corinne wasn't gossiping about other boys.
(d) Her relationship with Malcolm was cold.
4. How did Mal die?
(a) He had gone over a cliff on his motorcycle.
(b) Both of these.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) He had crashed into a cliff on his motorcycle.
5. How long had Malcolm been forcing himself on Alicia when Olivia had come to talk to her?
(a) For a month and a half.
(b) For a month.
(c) For a week.
(d) For three months.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Malcolm narrowly miss doing to Mal?
2. What didn't Christopher understand when he arrived at Foxworth?
3. Who was the most affected by Mal's death?
4. What was the last thing Olivia ordered Malcolm to do?
5. What did Malcolm say in his own defense?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Alicia insist that Olivia do?
2. After her initial grief over the loss of Mal and Joel, how did Corinne react to the family's continued pallor?
3. Why did Olivia initially deny Alicia the Victrola or radio?
4. For what reasons had Olivia suspected that John Amos was jealous of Christopher?
5. At first, what other things did Alicia ask?
6. Why had Alicia hoped that Malcolm would help Christopher?
7. What scared Olivia when she had returned to her room?
8. The two boys had to learn to live with what and why?
9. How had Olivia reacted coldly to Alicia?
10. Why was Corinne baffled and confused following Mal's death?
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