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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 is Albert finally able to make love to Faye?
(a) She has physically matured.
(b) She is finally aggressive enough to please him.
(c) She smells like his servants.
(d) She is no longer a child.
2. What appears to be Albert's favorite part of Faye's body?
(a) Her breasts.
(b) Her buttocks.
(c) Her eyes.
(d) Her hands.
3. How does Laura feel when Jan appears to be slightly aroused by his first drawing on the ceiling?
4. In what state of dress is Miriam when she calls Mandra in to her room to keep her company?
(a) Only lingerie.
(b) Fully dressed.
(c) Nearly dressed save for her shirt.
5. Describe the relationship between the aristocratic woman and her lawyer in "The Chanchiquito."
(a) Mutual hatred.
(b) Strained familial relations.
(d) Dignified flirtation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mary not want Mandra to meet her husband?
2. What is Hilda's occupation?
3. What position is Laura holding after Jan is done drawing on the ceiling?
4. In "the Chanchiquito," why is a witch doctor called in to help the aristocratic lady?
5. How does the painter decorate himself for the Art Ball at the end of "The Queen?"
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the contrasts (physical and personality-wise) between Jan and Laura.
2. Describe Mary's life, from the story "Mandra"
3. In "The Chanchiquito", what happens to the old lady in Laura's uncle's story?
4. What pictures does Jan draw on the ceiling and why?
5. For what reasons is the narrator and the mysterious man at the end of "A Model" drawn together, eventually becoming lovers?
6. Describe the scene where the painter decorates Bijou.
7. How does Rango treat Hilda after their first, failed sexual encounter?
8. What leads up to Albert finally making love to his wife?
9. What reasons does Fay's husband give for not making love to her on their wedding night in the story "Saffron"?
10. Describe some of the narrator's first modeling jobs, including her experienced with the artists in "A Model."
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