|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the painter, what infuses Bijou's body?
2. What were characteristics of the American writer's work that attracted women (such as Hilda in "Hilda and Rango") to him?
(a) Violent and sensual.
(b) Thoughtful and philosphical.
(c) Sweet and caring.
(d) Fiery and intellectual.
3. Fill in the blank for this quote from "Mandra:" "[Miriam and Paul's] obsession [is] with the word that is the key to society--everything must be "________."
4. In what line of work did Mary find herself in at times during her younger days in "Mandra?"
(b) Chorus girl.
5. What does Rango do to Hilda when he takes her back to his cart?
(a) Massages her legs and feet.
(b) Plays a song for her.
(c) Kisses her all over.
(d) Reads to her.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mandra describe her beauty in relation to Miriam's natural beauty?
2. In what city does "Mandra" take place?
3. Upon her return to New York, where does the narrator/model find some modeling work?
4. What sort of woman does the painter of "The Queen" claim gives him the most pleasure?
5. What is Rango's occupation?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jan seduce Laura at the end of this story?
2. What pictures does Jan draw on the ceiling and why?
3. Describe the relationship the narrator from "A Model" forms with Reynolds while they are in the countryside.
4. What leads up to Albert finally making love to his wife?
5. What happens when Fay demands Albert make love to her?
6. Describe Rango.
7. For what reasons is the narrator and the mysterious man at the end of "A Model" drawn together, eventually becoming lovers?
8. How is Hilda forced to deal with her relationship to the American writer?
9. How does the narrator compare her attractiveness to Miriam's appeal?
10. What reasons does Fay's husband give for not making love to her on their wedding night in the story "Saffron"?
This section contains 1,118 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)