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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the characters in Fleur's novel most resembles Lady Edwina?
2. How does Fleur react to Dottie's first written piece?
(a) She edits it for her and coaches her on writing techniques.
(b) She doesn't respond, deciding to use Dottie's thoughts in her own book.
(c) She tears it up and tells her not to share it with the group.
(d) She reads it aloud to the group at the next meeting.
3. What does Fleur begin to notice toward the end of January, 1950?
(a) That Dottie and Leslie no longer live together.
(b) That the Association members are becoming better writers.
(c) The deterioration of the Association members.
(d) That Sir Quentin might be a decent sort, after all.
4. What does Dottie first write when she joins the Association?
(a) A piece about her sufferings over Leslie.
(c) A chapter about meeting Fleur.
(d) A piece about memories of her early childhood.
5. How is the plot of Warrender Chase, the novel, influenced by Fleur's experience at the Autobiographical Association?
(a) It is not; it was already developed before she started working there.
(b) All of the Association members become the various victims of Chase in the novel.
(c) The flat where the meetings are held became the setting for the book.
(d) Sir Quentin becomes her muse for the title character.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes to visit after Fleur arrives home that first evening?
2. What does Fleur find when stops to get a book for Maisie?
3. How does Fleur learn about the job at the Autobiographical Association?
4. On what does the former priest focus in his memoirs?
5. How did Fleur get Lady Edwina to behave during her first meeting of the Association?
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