1. According to Mrs. Marchmont, who throws tedious parties?
(a) The Hartlocks.
(b) Lord Caversham.
(c) Sir Robert.
(d) Mrs. Cheveley.
2. At the dinner party in Act 1, Part 1, what does Lady Basildon think of the man who talks about his wife during dinner?
(a) He is very kind.
(b) He is rude.
(c) He is terribly trivial.
(d) He is very loving.
3. In Act 1, Part 1, why does Lord Caversham call Goring a good-for-nothing?
(a) Goring is a thief.
(b) Caversham hates Goring.
(c) Goring leads an idle life.
(d) Goring has a dull job.
4. What reason does Lord Caversham give for never going anywhere?
(a) He is sick of London society.
(b) No one invites him anywhere.
(c) His wife won't let him.
(d) He is disabled.
5. According to Mabel, what is London society comprised of?
(a) Boring socialites.
(b) Beautiful geniuses.
(c) Brilliant idiots and beautiful lunatics.
(d) Beautiful idiots and brilliant lunatics.
6. To what flower does the author compare Mrs. Cheveley?
(a) A daisy.
(b) A rose.
(c) A tulip.
(d) An orchid.
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