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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. 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 remains completely supportive of Fleur.
(d) She lashes out at Fleur, demanding to know why she would assume he could do something so evil.
2. What does Sir Quentin inquire about Fleur's future?
(a) If she would like to become a member of the Association rather than merely an employee.
(b) If she believes her novels will succeed.
(c) If she plans to live abroad.
(d) If she has any marital prospects.
3. Fleur believes she saw someone in Dottie's window the night before. Who is it?
(a) Sir Quentin.
(c) Solly Mendelsohn.
(d) Revisson Doe.
4. How does Lady Edwina react upon receiving the tragic news of the suicide of one of the Association's members?
(a) She is in laughing hysterics and asking for Fleur.
(b) She cannot stop crying and is begging for Fleur to come.
(c) She wanders off into the rain.
(d) She becomes catatonic.
5. Edwina takes Sir Quentin's death courageously, and afterward, does what?
(a) Leaves the flat and vows never to return.
(b) Destroys all of the autobiographies.
(c) Asks Fleur to move into the flat.
(d) Moves to Sir Quentin's house in the country.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Sir Quentin tries to incriminate Fleur by telling Lady Edwina that Fleur has had a professional break into their home and steal his diary, how does Lady Edwina respond?
2. Where does Fleur go after the reviews for Warrender Chase come out?
3. With her manuscript missing, what does Fleur fears that it could be in anyone's hands, being put to any sort of use. What is her other concern about it at this point?
4. How does Fleur suggest Lady Edwina act as her accomplice?
5. Sir Quentin's death is nearly identical to the death in her novel of the character Warrender Chase. How is this theme continued at his funeral?
Short Essay Questions
1. Chapter 11 is filled with a great deal of information, often through Fleur's narrations from the present as she remembers the events of her past. Describe two concepts on which she sheds light at this point in the book.
2. What is Fleur's reaction when Dottie calls her to tell her of Sir Quentin's death?
3. How does Fleur react to her own novel as she goes through it, typing up additional copies?
4. Why doesn't Fleur tell Edwina that she believes Sir Quentin is behind the theft of her manuscript?
5. Even though Fleur and Dottie have quite a tumultuous relationship, after Sir Quentin's death, she keeps Fleur well-informed about the other members of the Autobiographical Association. Describe what happens to any two members.
6. When her novel is ultimately published, how does Fleur initially react?
7. What is the traumatic news Fleur receives near the end of Chapter 8?
8. What realization does Fleur come to regarding her novel, Warrender Chase, when Sir Quentin calls her into his office in Chapter 7?
9. What does Fleur first think might be the problem with her novel when the publisher requests to meet with her in person?
10. When Fleur runs into Mrs. Wilks in Chapter 7, what does Fleur observe about her?
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