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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. What is Margot wearing at the beginning of Chapter 13?
(a) A sundress.
(b) A tennis oufit.
(c) A dressing gown.
(d) A black bathing suit.
2. What did Albert's last words to Elisabeth refer to?
(a) Clothing needing to be picked up at the dry cleaners.
(b) A rash on Irma's neck.
(c) The postman being late.
(d) Having to pick out a new set of dishes.
3. Where did Albert and Elisabeth marry?
4. At the end of Chapter 6, where does Albert look for Margot?
(a) In his dining room.
(b) In his library.
(c) At the cinema.
(d) At her flat.
5. What is Dorianna Karenina said to be famous for?
(a) Her relationships with men.
(b) Her horrible singing voice.
(c) Her Mona Lisa smile.
(d) Her lavish shopping sprees.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Albert's "one small request" when he met Margot in the street in Chapter 6?
2. What does Albert receive an invitation to in Chapter 4?
3. In Chapter 6, after Albert hangs up from speaking to Margot, what does he sit and listen to?
4. In Chapter 8, what is the servant girl whom Albert asks for information about Margot doing?
5. Who is Albert's family physician?
Short Essay Questions
1. What reckless behavior does Margot engage in after Axel leaves?
2. At the beginning of the novel what project is Albert trying to get off the ground?
3. How does Margot end up acting in a film in Chapter 15?
4. How did Albert track down Margot's new address?
5. What can Albert tell by watching the expression on Margot's face at the dinner party in Chapter 16?
6. How does Margot find out Albert's true identity?
7. What does Otto tell Albert when he comes to Margot's flat in Chapter 11?
8. In Chapter 10, what amazes Albert about Margot?
9. How does Margot behave when she visits Albert's flat for the first time?
10. Why does Margot weep after running into Axel again at the dinner party?
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