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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 Clifford demand of Connie after Michaelis has been staying with them for a while?
(a) Her support.
(b) Her attention.
(c) Her loyalty.
(d) Her time.
2. Where would Michaelis like his work to be well-known and liked?
3. What year does the beginning of this book take place in?
4. How do Clifford's guests react when Connie tries to join a debate about love and hate?
(a) They seem disappointed.
(b) They are shocked.
(c) They are annoyed.
(d) They ignore her.
5. What kind of friends does Clifford like to invite to dine with him and Constance at his new estate?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has Clifford become dependent on during Connie's depression?
2. What does Connie have a foreboding feeling about at the beginning of Chapter 4?
3. What does Constance like to do with young men before she gets married?
4. What is the name of Clifford's aunt?
5. Why is Clifford disappointed in Michaelis when he gets to Wragby Hall?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mrs. Bolton do with Clifford during the evenings?
2. How does Constance feel about Michaelis, and what does she do in response to these feelings?
3. What does Connie ask of Mellors when she sees him while walking in the woods during her depression?
4. Who does Connie write to for help when she gets depressed with her life, and how is she helped?
5. What is disappointing to Constance about the villagers when she and Clifford move into Wragyby Hall?
6. How do Clifford's guests react when Connie tries to become a part of the debate one evening?
7. How does Clifford feel about Michaelis after meeting him in person?
8. What does Connie do before going to bed after she sees Mellors washing?
9. How does Connie feel about the guests at Wragby Hall discussing issues like intimacy?
10. What does Clifford ask of Connie in Chapter 4, and how does she respond?
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