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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On what does the former priest focus in his memoirs?
(a) He focuses on what brought him into the church, rather than why he left.
(b) He focuses on his childhood, not writing about his time in the church at all.
(c) Proving that he was defrocked not for a lack of morals but for a loss of faith.
(d) He writes primarily of his time in the seminary.
2. What does Fleur decide to do with the manuscripts when she begins typing them out?
(a) She made slight improvements in the stories, but the authors did not want any modifications.
(b) She interviews each author in order to get a better feel for their stories.
(c) She edits them by hand before beginning to type them out.
(d) As she tried to make sense of them, she made changes to make them worse.
3. What does Fleur find when stops to get a book for Maisie?
(a) Another novel called Warrender Chase.
(b) A novel written by Sir Quentin himself.
(c) The Autobiography of Lady Edwina.
(d) The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini.
4. How does Fleur view Leslie's infidelity?
(a) She thinks his ego is overblown.
(b) She believes he is unfaithful to Dottie because Dottie is so unattractive.
(c) She wishes he would leave his wife and marry her.
(d) She feels sorry for him and believes he is unable to cope with his own problems.
5. How did Fleur get Lady Edwina to behave during her first meeting of the Association?
(a) She promises to read the memoirs to her as they are finished.
(b) She offers to bring her sweets when she comes in the following day.
(c) She promises to take her to dinner as soon as the meeting was over.
(d) She offers to take her shopping for a new gown.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lady Edwina behaves erratically with Sir Quentin and Beryl Tims. What are the symptoms of her supposed dementia?
2. How does Fleur initially describe Beryl Tims?
3. What does Fleur believe she might gain from a confrontation with Mr. Alexander, even though she doesn't want one?
4. How far back in time must Fleur go to tell us the story of the Autobiographical Association?
5. What did Fleur add to the first chapter of Sir Eric Findlay's story?
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