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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. Lady Plymdale wants her husband to meet Mrs. Erlynne so that:
(a) He will pay attention to Mrs. Erlynne instead of her.
(b) He will deny her admittance to society.
(c) He will confirm that she is an unacceptable woman.
(d) He will pay attention to his own wife again.
2. After the Duchess meets Mrs. Erlynne, she:
(a) Approves of her.
(b) Encourages her to marry Augustus.
(c) Denies her acceptance into society.
(d) Runs to Darlington for help.
3. Lord Augustus is to call on Mrs. Erlynne in order to:
(a) Turn her down.
(c) Drive her out of town.
(d) Discourage her interest in Windemere.
4. Lord Darlington claims he can resist everything but:
5. Lady Windemere claims she cannot run away with Darlington because:
(a) She does not have the courage.
(b) She does not love him.
(c) She still loves her husband.
(d) She is afraid to leave her child.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Duchess plans to thwart:
2. Lady Windemere believes that every "good" woman in London would:
3. Lady Windemere's first name is:
4. What is Lord Darlington's objection to "good" people?
5. One might describe the Duchess' attitude about her husband's infidelity as:
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Mrs. Erlynne's opinion of the party guests?
2. How would Lady Windemere create a scandal for her husband?
3. Why is the Duchess so interested in Lady Agatha's dance card?
4. Why does Lord Darlington claim he talks trivially?
5. Why does Lord Darlington suggest that Lady Windemere may need a friend some day?
6. What does Lady Windmere fear at the start of the scene?
7. What reasons does the Duchess have for fearing or disliking Lady Erlynne?
8. Why does Lady Windemere warn Darlington about his flattering statements?
9. Why has Lord Augustus asked Lord Windemere about Mrs. Erlynne?
10. Why does Darlington pretend to be "bad?"
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