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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. How does Clifford treat Mellors when he tries to help Clifford during his walk with Connie before her trip?
2. Who does Connie see in Venice unexpectedly?
3. What does Mrs. Bolton do with Clifford every night during Connie's affair?
4. What does Mellors say he would teach the villagers if he were in charge?
5. What does Mellors think Connie used him for?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Connie and Mellors make love for the first time?
2. What causes Connie to feel more lonely than ever at Wragby Hall?
3. How does Connie feel about what she sees on her drive through Uthwaite?
4. What happens when Mellors' wife comes to his cottage?
5. What does Connie tell Clifford she was doing during the storm and how does he respond?
6. What does Mellors say he would do if he were in charge?
7. What happens when Mellors and Connie make love the night that she tells him she is going to Venice for a month?
8. What does Hilda criticize Connie of doing while they are on their trip together?
9. What does Clifford talk to Connie about while he is on a walk with her after her trip?
10. What does Connie see happening on her drive through Uthwaite?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Lawrence presents the idea that there are two sides to every man. Choose three of the characters from the stories, and write about their dual natures and how this duality affected the characters around them.
Essay Topic 2
Industry, and the effects of industry, are two major and related themes in this book. Where do these themes appear, and how do they work together to propel the plot of the book?
Essay Topic 3
Training and education are topics of discussion in this book. Where do these topics appear in this book, and what effect do they have on the characters involved in those scenes?
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