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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Dottie react to Fleur's novel, now that it is completed?
(a) She says that it is brilliant but confusing.
(b) She says that Theo and Audry haven't found a single error and adore the story.
(c) she tells her it is a sick novel and that Theo and Audrey agree.
(d) She tells her she loves it.
2. What does Solly Mendelsohn do for a living?
(a) He owns a bookstore.
(b) He is a tailor.
(c) He is a journalist.
(d) He is a banker.
3. How does Dottie describe Fleur's character, Marjorie?
(a) She says she is evil and not very womanly.
(b) She wonders why Marjorie is so homely.
(c) She calls her sly and troublesome.
(d) She says she is too much a vixen.
4. Sir Quentin says that Lady Edwina is asleep when the first meeting ends, so Fleur does not take her out for dinner. When does she next see Edwina?
(a) Fleur runs into her walking on the street when she takes her lunch hour the following day.
(b) She is waiting in Fleur's room when she arrives home.
(c) She doesn't see her til the next Association meeting.
(d) Lady Edwina is waiting at the office for Fleur the next morning.
5. How does Fleur define the word 'frankness?'
(a) As a code word for speaking too freely.
(b) As what most communication in these modern times is missing.
(c) As a euphemism for rudeness.
(d) As the only way friends should communicate.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the first physical quirk Fleur noticed about Sir Quentin when they met?
2. How does Dottie behave when she comes down with the flu?
3. Which Association member does Fleur take a liking to at the first meeting?
4. What does Fleur believe she might gain from a confrontation with Mr. Alexander, even though she doesn't want one?
5. Why is Fleur initially so pleased with her new employer and his assistant?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Fleur meet Lady Edwina?
2. Describe Fleur's impressions of Sir Quentin Oliver upon their first meeting.
3. Why does Fleur invite Dottie to participate in the Autobiographical Association?
4. What are Fleur's feelings about Lady Edwina after her first month on the job?
5. Fleur calls in sick to work after the party. What happens when she does that shows how Fleur's attitude has changed toward her job?
6. What does Wally suggest Fleur should do about her job, and how does she respond?
7. When "Bucks" Gilbert hosts a party, Fleur runs into her old friend Wally. What happens between them?
8. How does recounting her adventures with the Autobiographical Association make Fleur feel about the differences between fiction and nonfiction?
9. How does Fleur spend that first meeting of the Association?
10. Fleur describes both Beryl Tims and Dottie, the wife of Fleur's lover, as "English Roses." What does she mean by this?
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