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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. Augustus is:
(a) Lady Windemere's brother.
(b) The Duchess' husband.
(c) The Duchess' brother.
(d) Lord Darlington's brother.
2. What does Mrs. Erlynne do with the letter?
(a) She brings it to Lord Windemere.
(b) She throws it off the terrace.
(c) She reads it.
(d) She tears it up.
3. Mrs. Erlynne dances with Lord Windermere in order to:
(a) Get revenge on Lady Windemere.
(b) Make Lady Windemere jealous.
(c) Make Augustus jealous.
(d) Get revenge on Lord Augustus.
4. Lady Windemere does not approve of Darlington's flattery because she believes he is:
(a) In love with another woman.
5. Before Lady Windemere exits at the end of Act 1, she:
(a) Demands an apology from her husband.
(b) Begs her husband's forgiveness.
(c) Defies her husband's wishes.
(d) Gives in to her husband's request.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mrs. Erlynne need Windemere's help with Augustus?
2. Mrs. Erlynne fears that:
3. The Duchess plans to thwart:
4. What does Lady Windemere believe about women who have committed adultery?
5. Lady Windemere says she believes:
Short Essay Questions
1. What concerns the Duchess about Hopper's proposal to her daughter?
2. What is Cecil Graham's attitude about women?
3. Why does Darlington plan to leave England?
4. Why does Windemere say he wishes Mrs. Erlynne would have revealed her secret?
5. Why do the men appear to admire Mrs. Erlynne?
6. Why does Mrs. Erlynne threaten to make her name infamous if Windemere reveals her identity?
7. Why, according to Mrs. Erlynne, should Lady Windemere stay with her husband no matter what she suffers?
8. How does Lady Windemere describe her feelings now that she is at Darlington's house?
9. What has Lady Windmere discovered about good and bad people?
10. Describe the relationship between Cecil Graham and Lord Augustus.
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