1. Why does Mr. Alexander keep insisting that Fleur move into a larger room in the his boarding house?
(a) He knows she is considering a roommate and will need more space.
(b) Her room is overcrowded with books, papers and the evidence of constant visitors.
(c) He has another boarder who wants Fleur's room.
(d) His wife cannot stand Fleur and wants to charge her more rent.
2. What does Fleur believe she might gain from a confrontation with Mr. Alexander, even though she doesn't want one?
(a) Fleur knows a confrontation would upset him, and she might have a good laugh at his discomfiture.
(b) Through a confrontation with him, Fleur can upset his superior-acting wife.
(c) She believes by confronting him, she can convince him to lower her rent.
(d) Fleur believes she has a demon inside her that rejoices in seeing people not just as they are, but more and more of how they are.
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