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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Fleur realizes four things simultaneously in Chapter 7. She hears the sound of Beryl Tims heels approaching, Sir Quentin opening a deep drawer in his desk, the repetition in her mind of Sir Quentin's comment about her having delusions of grandeur, and what else?
(a) That she must leave her job with the Association at once.
(b) The sound of Lady Edwina having an accident in the parlor.
(c) The realization that his words came directly from her manuscript of Warrender Chase.
(d) That Sir Findlay had arrived.
2. When is the problem Fleur's publisher calls her in to discuss?
(a) He cannot publish Warrender Chase, as Sir Quentin has threatened to sue for libel.
(b) He wants her to change the title of her second novel.
(c) He has decided Warrender Chase is too evil and unrealistic to publish.
(d) He can't publish her first novel as Sir Quentin has accused her of plaigerism.
3. What does Lady Edwina do before Fleur leaves Sir Quentin's flat?
(a) She shoves an envelope into Fleur's pocket.
(b) She cries and hugs Fleur, fearful she will never see her again.
(c) She agrees to retrieve Fleur's pay and employment cards from Sir Quentin.
(d) She promises Fleur she will speak to Sir Quentin on Fleur's behalf.
4. How does Sir Quentin try to justify his behavior to Fleur?
(a) He says that John Henry Cardinal Newman told him to form a group of followers and carry on his work.
(b) He says that he just wants to be loved, and the Association members give him the devotion he craves.
(c) He says that he is a much better leader than John Henry Cardinal Newman ever was.
(d) He says that if John Henry Cardinal Newman can form a group of spiritual followers, then so can he.
5. When Fleur goes out with Wally, what does he tell her about Bucks Gilbert?
(a) He feels guilty that he never returned her call after seeing her at the party.
(b) He can't imagine why she might have disappeared.
(c) He wishes he had taken her out on a date.
(d) He believes she helped Sir Quentin steal Fleur's manuscript.
6. What does Fleur see in Sir Quentin's drawer?
(a) A bundle of proofs approximately the size of a novel.
(b) A pearl-handled knife.
(c) A photo of him with Beryl Tims.
(d) Her original manuscript of Warrender Chase.
7. Fleur tells Sir Quentin that she knows he plagiarized her novel and plans to sue him. How does he respond?
(a) He laughs her off and tells her she must be completely mad.
(b) He says that if Lady Edwina did not care so much for her, he'd get rid of her himself.
(c) He breaks down and confesses, asking how they can reach some sort of agreement.
(d) He insists that scribbling on a novel is why she was unable to do her job well and that it is he who will sue.
8. Fleur and Wally are joined by Gray Mauser while they are out for evening. What does he tell them?
(a) He tells them that he is no longer in love with Leslie.
(b) He tells them that the key to Leslie's flat is on his dresser.
(c) He tells them that Leslie and Dottie have gone off together to Italy.
(d) He tells them he will fight Dottie for Leslie's love upon his return.
9. How does Sir Quentin get Fleur to return to his flat?
(a) He has Beryl Tims call and say that Edwina is not well and asking for her.
(b) He calls and tells her he'd like to discuss a serious matter.
(c) He calls and threatens to call the police on her for taking papers from his office.
(d) He sends Lady Edwina over to invite Fleur for dinner and not take 'no' for an answer.
10. Why does Fleur want to understand what Sir Quentin is up to?
(a) She wants to hire a detective to follow him.
(b) She is determined to become a victim of whatever he is doing.
(c) She wants to confront him with her suspicions.
(d) She wants to enlist the help of Beryl Tims, who seems closest to him.
11. Who is Mrs. Fisher?
(a) Beryl Tims' sister.
(b) The publisher's assistant.
(c) Fleur's oldest friend.
(d) Lady Edwina's nurse.
12. What does Fleur do when they can not find her manuscripts?
(a) Steals all of Sir Quentin's files.
(b) Fills a bag with the all of the memoir manuscripts and takes them hostage.
(c) Turns Sir Quentin's office over as if it has been burglarized.
(d) Collapses in desperation at having lost her novel.
13. When Lady Edwina realizes that her son has been up to no good, how does she react to Fleur?
(a) She defends Sir Quentin.
(b) She refuses to take sides or get involved.
(c) She lashes out at Fleur, demanding to know why she would assume he could do something so evil.
(d) She remains completely supportive of Fleur.
14. One of the characters in Warrender Chase also commits suicide, and it is attributed to the character having been driven mad. What is supposed to have driven her mad?
(a) Her inability to give Warrender Chase an heir.
(b) Warrender Chase and his prayer meetings.
(c) Her unrequited love for Warrender Chase.
(d) Warrender Chase's infidelity.
15. What is that Fleur realizes Sir Quentin has been giving the Association members?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is that Sir Quentin has been enforcing upon the members?
2. When she returns to Sir Quentin's flat after the suicide, Beryl Tims tells Fleur that Sir Quentin had to go out. What does Fleur do?
3. Who does Fleur see for the last time as she leaves Sir Quentin's drawing room?
4. Dottie comes to see Fleur when she returns to the city to tell her what?
5. What is the first thing Fleur does upon returning home with the bag from Sir Quentin's flat?
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