Lady Chatterley's Lover Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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. What does Mellors give to Connie a few days after they meet each other by chance?

2. What is Dukes' first name?

3. Where is Connie's first lover from?

4. What does Clifford's aunt think should be put into the air to make life better?

5. Where does Constance grow up?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Connie feel cheated of in her life, and who does she blame for this after delivering the letter to Mellors?

2. What does Clifford ask of Connie in Chapter 4, and how does she respond?

3. What does Connie suddenly realize about her relationship with Clifford after her fight with Mellors?

4. What does Michaelis do for a living, and what are his goals for his profession?

5. What does Clifford tell Connie about Mellors when she returns home from her walk in the woods in Chapter 8?

6. What surprising plan does Clifford present to Connie while they are walking together in the woods?

7. What is disappointing to Constance about the villagers when she and Clifford move into Wragyby Hall?

8. How is Constance raised?

9. What is discussed at dinner when Clifford's aunt comes to visit him at Wragby Hall?

10. What is Clifford's stance on intimacy in a relationship?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

There were many characters in this book who were manipulated and persuaded to do things they did not want to do. What are some of these instances, and how are those characters affected by the manipulation?

Essay Topic 2

Mrs. Bolton was a minor character in this book who made a huge impact on the plot. How does she accomplish this, and how would the plot have been altered had she not been included in the story line?

Essay Topic 3

The pursuit of happiness was a common theme found in this book. What parts of the plot embody this theme, and how does that pursuit affect the characters involved?

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