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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do Gray Mauser and Fleur discuss when they visit a pub together?
(a) Why silk ties might be sex symbols.
(b) His troubles with Leslie, who had gone to Ireland with Dottie.
(c) How he might break off his relationship with Leslie.
(d) How angry she was feeling toward Sir Quentin.
2. Why does Mr. Alexander keep insisting that Fleur move into a larger room in the his boarding house?
(a) He has another boarder who wants Fleur's room.
(b) He knows she is considering a roommate and will need more space.
(c) His wife cannot stand Fleur and wants to charge her more rent.
(d) Her room is overcrowded with books, papers and the evidence of constant visitors.
3. What happens between Fleur and her publisher after he tells her he cannot publish her novel?
(a) She takes him to court for breach of contractual obligation.
(b) She weeps about impending failure, and he finally changes his mind.
(c) She tells him that Sir Quentin has stolen her book.
(d) She never sees him again.
4. Who comes to visit after Fleur arrives home that first evening?
(a) Sir Quentin.
(b) Her landlord's wife, Mrs. Alexander.
(c) Beryl Tims.
(d) Both her lover, Leslie, and his wife, Dottie.
5. What about Lady Edwina does Fleur particularly like in the beginning?
(a) Her grand entrances and extraordinary statements.
(b) Her opinions about the various memoirs.
(c) Her thoughtful, kind demeanor.
(d) Her sense of humor.
Short Answer Questions
1. What had Sir Quentin tried to do with the members' manuscripts before Fleur got to work on them?
2. What is Beryl Tims' primary task during the meetings of the Autobiographical Association?
3. What does Fleur do while at home for two weeks with the flu?
4. What does Fleur see in Sir Quentin's drawer?
5. Fleur realizes in the first chapter that one of her senses has a more keen memory than the others. Which one is it?
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