Lady Chatterley's Lover Test | Final 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 is being built in place of what is being torn down during Connie's drive?

2. Who does Mellors look up to as his mentor?

3. Where does Connie take a drive to when she thinks she might be pregnant?

4. Who does Connie want to have a child with?

5. What is Mrs. Bolton's dead husband's name?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Connie feel about what she sees on her drive through Uthwaite?

2. What does Connie first ask Mrs. Bolton about while they are working in the garden together?

3. What does Clifford talk to Connie about while he is on a walk with her after her trip?

4. What happens when Mellors' wife comes to his cottage?

5. What does Hilda criticize Connie of doing while they are on their trip together?

6. How does Connie feel when she sees Mellors for the first time after returning from Venice?

7. How does Mrs. Bolton find out about the affair between Mellors and Connie?

8. What causes Connie to feel more lonely than ever at Wragby Hall?

9. What does Connie tell Mellors that gets him upset with her?

10. What happens when Mellors and Connie make love the night that she tells him she is going to Venice for a month?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

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 2

Compassion and empathy is a theme present in a number of places in the plot. What are some of the best examples of this theme, and how does the presence of this theme affect the outcome of this book?

Essay Topic 3

Sexuality is a theme presented in a number of places in this plot, and is manifested in a number of different ways. Choose a few of these instances and compare and contrast them. How are they different in their manifestations of this sensitive theme?

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