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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Mrs. Erlynne want Windemere to stay out of the house?
(a) So he does not discover that she has looked in his bank book.
(b) So that Windemere will come back in a better mood.
(c) So that she can try to borrow money from Lady Windemere.
(d) So he does not discover that his wife is missing.
2. Lady Agatha is:
(a) Mrs. Erlynne's daughter.
(b) Lady Windemere's daughter.
(c) The Duchess of Berwick's daughter.
(d) Lord Darlington's daughter.
3. Lord Windemere asks Lady Windemere to:
(a) Trust him.
(b) Forgive him.
(c) Follow him.
(d) Tolerate him.
4. When Lord Darlington learns it is Lady Windemere's birthday, he says:
(a) He would have given her a better gift than her husband did.
(b) He would have bought her anything she wanted.
(c) He would have covered the whole street in gold for her.
(d) He would have covered the whole street with flowers for her.
5. What does Lady Windemere decide after her husband exits with Mrs. Erlynne?
(a) She decides to run away with Lord Darlington.
(b) She decides to publicly shame Mrs. Erlynne.
(c) She decides to forget the whole episode.
(d) She decides to confront her husband.
6. The Duchess plans to thwart:
(a) Hopper and Agatha's wedding.
(b) Hopper and Agatha's next dance.
(c) Hopper and Agatha's living in Australia.
(d) Hopper and Agatha's affair.
7. Lord Darlington fears these kind of people do a great deal of harm in the world:
(a) Good people.
(b) Important people.
(c) Bad people.
(d) Vile people.
8. What is Lord Darlington's objection to "good" people?
(a) He says they make badness of extraordinary importance.
(b) He says they make bad people look exciting.
(c) He says they make goodness of extraordinary importance.
(d) He says they are not really good on the inside.
9. The Duchess describes Mrs. Erlynne as:
(a) That horrid woman.
(b) That fascinating woman.
(c) The next Mrs. Windemere.
(d) The other woman.
10. What does Mrs. Erlynne discover in the letter Lady Windemere leaves for her husband?
(a) That she is planning to leave him.
(b) That she forgives him for everything.
(c) That she is ill and has gone up to bed.
(d) That she is planning to have an affair.
11. One might describe the Duchess' attitude about her husband's infidelity as:
12. Confronted by Lady Windemere, Lord Darlington claims:
(a) He pays her compliments because they are all he can afford.
(b) He visits her because he fears she is in need of a friend.
(c) He compliments other women in order to make her jealous.
(d) He ignores her because she is cruel to him.
13. What does Lord Windemere do when Lady Windemere refuses to invite Mrs. Erlynne to the ball?
(a) He accepts Lady Windemere's decision.
(b) He invites her himself.
(c) He confesses he is in love with Mrs. Erlynne.
(d) He writes her a note of apology.
14. If Mrs. Erlynne comes to her home, Lady Windemere claims she will:
(a) Forbid her to enter.
(b) Pretend to admire her.
(c) Insult her.
(d) Treat her kindly.
15. Why is Lord Augustus worried about Mrs. Erlynne?
(a) He fears she will not marry him.
(b) He fears she will marry Lord Windemere.
(c) He fears she will never be alone with him.
(d) He fears she will never be accepted into society.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mrs. Erlynne do with the letter?
2. Augustus is:
3. Lady Windemere claims she cannot run away with Darlington because:
4. Why doesn't Lord Windemere explain his reasons for spending time with Mrs. Erlynne?
5. What does Lady Windemere claim she will do with the fan her husband has given her as a birthday gift?
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