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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Robert finally meet Lady Audley?
2. Who is Phoebe?
3. What business do Phoebe and her new husband purchase?
4. Where does Lady Audley go after leaving Robert?
5. What item does Robert see that seems to support the idea that George has left England?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Robert choose to stay after being removed from Audley Court?
2. What business do Luke and Phoebe purchase after their wedding?
3. What old friend does Robert run into and what is this friend looking for?
4. When Robert shows George around Audley Court, what item causes George to become oddly quiet and thoughtful?
5. What does Robert plan to inspect in his flat in London?
6. What is the age difference between Lucy Graham and Lord Audley's daughter, Alicia?
7. Who does George make guardian of his son, Georgie? Why?
8. What does Mrs. Plowson, Georgie's babysitter, attempt to keep Georgie from telling Robert?
9. What causes Robert to guess that George never left Essex?
10. Why does Lady Audley visit Robert at Mount Stanning?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss two of the following literary techniques in detail, using information from the novel to support your conclusions:
Essay Topic 2
Discuss one of the following character relationships in detail, discussing how these relationships affect the developing plot and the themes of the novel, using information from the text to support your arguments:
1) Helen and George
2) George and Lady Audley
3) Robert and Lady Audley
4) Sir and Lady Audley.
Essay Topic 3
Why does Lady Audley repetitively lie to Robert in order to keep him and George Talboys from visiting Audley Court? Why does Robert not realize what Lady Audley is trying to do? How does George react when he sees the portrait of Lady Audley? How does Lady Audley act after finally meeting George Talboys? Should these behaviors have clued the other characters into the situation? How do these reactions help the reader realize something is going on?
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