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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the author of the play The Enchanted Hunters in the novel?
(a) Harold E. Haze.
(b) Clare Quilty.
(c) Mona Dahl.
(d) Vivian Darkbloom.
2. H.H. describes inspecting “a collection of European hotel picture post cards in a museum devoted to hobbies” at a resort where, in Part 2, Chapter 2?
3. What is the name of the cleaning woman who H.H. “inherited with the vacuum cleaner from the previous tenants” in Part 2, Chapter 5?
(a) Miss Chapman.
(b) Miss Dunn.
(c) Mrs. Holigan.
(d) Miss Honeck.
4. To what doctor does H.H. take Lolita when she becomes ill in Part 2, Chapter 22?
(a) Dr. Byron.
(b) Dr. Tristramson.
(c) Dr. Quilty.
(d) Dr. Blue.
5. How many clues does H.H. collect as he tracks Lolita and her kidnapper in Part 2, Chapter 23?
6. The person who checked Lolita out of the hospital in Part 2, Chapter 22 is said to have brought her what?
(a) A cocker spaniel puppy.
(b) A white rabbit.
(c) An orange kitten.
(d) A yellow canary.
7. The character Vivian Darkbloom described in Part 2, Chapter 18 is an anagram for whose name?
(a) John Galsworthy’s.
(b) Charlie Holmes'.
(c) John Farlow's.
(d) Dr. Ilse Tristramson’s.
8. How tall does H.H. describe his “little concubine” in Part 2, Chapter 15?
(a) 64 inches.
(b) 45 inches.
(c) 54 inches.
(d) 60 inches.
9. What does H.H. say he detests “as being a primitive and putrid form, historically speaking; a form that smacks of stone-age rites and communal nonsense despite those individual injections of genius” in Part 2, Chapter 13?
(a) “Cubist painting.”
(b) “French literature.”
(c) “The theatre.”
(d) “The opera.”
10. According to the narrator in Part 2, Chapter 23, “thousand-mile stretch of silk-smooth road separated Kasbeam” from where?
11. Which of Lolita’s school friends is described by H.H. as “a displaced little person from France” in Part 2, Chapter 9?
(a) Eva Rosen.
(b) Mary Rose Hamilton.
(c) Linda Hall.
(d) Eva Rosen.
12. What location does the narrator describe in Part 2, Chapter 2, as somber with “its colored hot springs, baby geysers, rainbows of bubbling mud--symbols of my passion”?
(a) Crater Lake Park.
(b) Yellowstone Park.
(c) Yosemite Park.
(d) Glacier Park.
13. When H.H. and Lolita leave for a road trip in Part 2, Chapter 15, H.H. tells the Beardsley School that he is consulting on a film in Hollywood dealing with what?
14. Which of Lolita’s school friends is described in Part 2, Chapter 9 as “handsome in a coarse sensual way and only a year older than my aging mistress”?
(a) Eva Rosen.
(b) Linda Hall.
(c) Shirley Holmes.
(d) Mona Dahl.
15. What are the “four D’s” that are stressed at the girl’s school where Lolita begins studying in Part 2, Chapter 4?
(a) Decisions, Dreams, Details, and Drawing.
(b) Decisions, Dance, Dreams, and Dating.
(c) Dramatics, Dance, Debating, and Dating.
(d) Dramatics, Details, Debating, and Drawing.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many times does H.H. say he visited Lolita at the hospital in Part 2, Chapter 22?
2. What was the girl’s name who accompanied “Dr. Gratiano Forbeson, Mirandola, NY,” according to the motel clerk in Part 2, Chapter 23?
3. H.H. tells Lolita in Part 2, Chapter 1 that if she should go to the authorities, he will be arrested but she will become the ward of whom?
4. H.H. describes going with Lolita to see “granite obelisk commemorating the Battle of” what, in Part 2, Chapter 2?
5. Where does H.H. describe Professor Albert Riggs living in Part 2, Chapter 24?
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