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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Dottie accuse Fleur of when Fleur seems displeased at her connections to the group?
(a) Trying to steal the ideas of the members for her own work.
(b) Being jealous of her superior writing skills.
(c) Trying to undermine Sir Quentin's work.
(d) Being jealous that she is getting close to them.

2. Where did Fleur first meet and interview with Sir Quentin?
(a) In the sitting room of her boarding house.
(b) In the lobby of the Berkeley Hotel.
(c) In the offices of the Autobiographical Association.
(d) At a local pub.

3. When Fleur phones Dottie after their visit and inquires if something is bothering her, what does Dottie say?
(a) She says that she is fine, just exhausted from traveling.
(b) She insists that Fleur is suffering delusions and beginning to go mad.
(c) She tells Fleur that she is worried about the Association members.
(d) She tells Fleur that she is merely sad about Leslie.

4. How does Dottie react to Fleur's novel, now that it is completed?
(a) she tells her it is a sick novel and that Theo and Audrey agree.
(b) She tells her she loves it.
(c) She says that Theo and Audry haven't found a single error and adore the story.
(d) She says that it is brilliant but confusing.

5. How does Fleur feel after this visit with Gray?
(a) Jealous that he has been so involved with Leslie.
(b) Worried that Gray might do himself harm.
(c) Her rage has subsided and she believes him much more sane than any members of the Association.
(d) Glad that Leslie has returned, at least temporarily, to Dottie.

6. How does Fleur feel about her name?
(a) That she'd have been better off named Joy or Gloria or Angela.
(b) That it was hazardously bestowed upon her at birth, before anyone know how she would turn out.
(c) She believes that she has blossomed over time and grown until her name fits.
(d) That because she believes herself to be relatively attractive, hers is a fitting name.

7. Why does Fleur believe she should stay with her current job rather than find another as Wally encourages?
(a) She'd rather be interested in this job than happy in another.
(b) She has too much invested in the stories of the members.
(c) She feels protective of Lady Edwina.
(d) She believes she must figure out Sir Quentin.

8. Which of the following is a member of the Autobiographical Association?
(a) Father Edward Douglas.
(b) Baronne Clotilde du Loiret.
(c) Mrs. Winston.
(d) Lady Bernice Gilliam.

9. What is the title of the novel Leslie has begun writing?
(a) My Double-Edged Life.
(b) Two Ways.
(c) Both Ways.
(d) One is Never Enough.

10. How does Fleur learn about the job at the Autobiographical Association?
(a) She overhears Sir Quentin discussing it at the public library.
(b) A friend of Beryl Tims recommends her for the position.
(c) In a letter from a well-meaning friend who she can't really recall.
(d) She reads about it in the local newspaper.

11. Who does Wally think he's heard of before?
(a) Sir Quentin Oliver.
(b) Sir Eric Findlay.
(c) Beryl Tims.
(d) Lady Edwina.

12. How does Fleur feel when Sir Quentin decides to take over the manuscript editing?
(a) She was disappointed because the members liked her work.
(b) She is glad to be rid of it because they'd started writing about their romantic adventures.
(c) She was angry because she loved the work.
(d) She didn't care one way or the other.

13. Which Association member does Fleur take a liking to at the first meeting?
(a) Clotilde du Loiret.
(b) Beryl Tims.
(c) Sir Quentin Oliver.
(d) Maisie Young.

14. What does Fleur do while at home for two weeks with the flu?
(a) She begins a new novel.
(b) She takes a hiatus from writing altogether.
(c) She digs into Sir Quentin's past.
(d) She finishes her novel.

15. Where does Leslie live after he moves out of his home with Dottie?
(a) With a young hairdresser with whom he has taken up.
(b) With Fleur.
(c) With Solly.
(d) With his new lover, a male poet.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why had Fleur never thought highly of Gray Mauser before their conversation at the pub?

2. How does Dottie describe Leslie's novel?

3. How does Fleur react to Dottie's first written piece?

4. What does Fleur find when stops to get a book for Maisie?

5. What did Fleur add to the first chapter of Sir Eric Findlay's story?

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