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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't Lord Windemere explain his reasons for spending time with Mrs. Erlynne?
(a) He has no honorable reasons for spending time with her.
(b) He cannot reveal that she is Lady Windemere's mother.
(c) He cannot bear to face the truth of his actions.
(d) He cannot reveal that she is his mistress.
2. The dance at Lady Windemere's home is in honor of:
(a) Her son's birth.
(b) Her wedding.
(c) Her birthday.
(d) Her anniversary.
3. What nickname does Cecil Graham use for Augustus?
4. Lady Windemere's first name is:
5. Why doesn't Lord Windemere want to talk to Mrs. Erlynne about money at the ball?
(a) He wants to save his money for his child.
(b) He wants to go find his wife.
(c) He wants to discourage Mrs. Erlynne from the match.
(d) He wants to discourage Augustus from the match.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Lord Windemere cannot find his wife, Mrs. Erlynne tells him:
2. After the Duchess meets Mrs. Erlynne, she:
3. Lord Darlington uses a hypothetical situation about a married man having an affair in order to:
4. Lord Darlington believes people are either:
5. What does Lady Windemere believe about her mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the Duchess continually send her daughter out of earshot during this Act?
2. Why does Darlington plan to leave England?
3. Why has Lord Augustus asked Lord Windemere about Mrs. Erlynne?
4. Why do the men tease Augustus?
5. Why do the men appear to admire Mrs. Erlynne?
6. Why does Lady Windemere plan to accept Lord Darlington's declaration of love?
7. What do Mrs. Erlynne's exchanges with the male characters reveal about her character?
8. What is Mrs. Erlynne's opinion of the party guests?
9. Why might Lady Windemere announce that she is available to all visitors when Parker tells her Darlington has come to call?
10. What has Lady Windmere discovered about good and bad people?
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