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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 Constance grow up?
2. Where is Constance's husband before he comes home at the beginning of the book?
3. How does Duke view the physical aspects of a relationship?
4. What does Connie feel has dulled her body after four years of marriage?
5. How do Clifford and Constance deal with their dislike of the villagers?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Connie find when she goes for a walk in the woods during her depression?
2. What does Mrs. Bolton do with Clifford during the evenings?
3. How does Constance feel about Michaelis, and what does she do in response to these feelings?
4. What does Michaelis do that ends his affair with Connie?
5. How does Clifford define his relationship with Connie?
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. Where has Clifford been when he comes home at the beginning of the book, and how long has he been gone?
9. Who does Connie write to for help when she gets depressed with her life, and how is she helped?
10. What does Constance like to do with other young men before she gets married?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
There are many secrets made, kept, and divulged in this book. What are some of these secrets, and how does their placement in the plot affect the course of the plot and the characters involved in the secrets?
Essay Topic 2
The separation of classes is quite a significant theme in this book. What are these classes, and how does this separation affect the characters belonging to them?
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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