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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 does Emilie give to Lamort, for posterity?
(a) Her mother’s letters.
(b) Her mother’s pieces of cloth.
(c) Her mother’s name.
(d) Her mother’s photograph.
2. What is Princesse’s involvement with the cock fight?
(a) She is collecting someone from it.
(b) She is betting on it.
(c) She is watching it.
(d) She is walking past it.
3. What does Lamort take to the guest at her grandmother’s house?
(a) Afternoon tea.
(b) Needles and thread.
(c) A spare blanket.
(d) A set of beach towels.
4. Why does the narrator’s roof still have holes in it?
(a) She can never make enough to fix them.
(b) Her suitors like to watch the stars through them.
(c) She does likes that the holes let the cooking smoke out.
(d) Her suitors are not men who know how to fix roofs.
5. What does Catherine say is the most important part of a face?
(a) The eyebrows.
(b) The nose.
(c) The eyes.
(d) The mouth.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the password Raymond tells Lamort?
2. What promise does Catherine make to Princesse?
3. What story will the woman tell her son if he wakes up while she is with a customer?
4. What does Raymond offer Lamort?
5. How are the narrator’s bed and her son’s separated?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between night and day in Night Women?
2. Where does Catherine go when she is gone for a week?
3. What kind of people typically stay in the Lamort’s grandmother’s hotel?
4. What is Princesse’s relationship with Catherine?
5. How is Seeing Things Simply framed?
6. How are mothers lost in The Missing Peace?
7. What is the woman’s relationship with the character in the earlier stories?
8. How did Raymond get his limp?
9. What predicament is the woman in, at the end of Between the Pool and the Gardenias?
10. What does the woman plan to tell her son if he wakes up and sees her with a man?
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