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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. What does Valentine's father hope will happen once the debts are paid?
(a) Valentine will win the affections of Angelica
(b) Valentine will be able to publish his poetry
(c) Valentine's honor will be restored
(d) Valentine will become a better father
2. Which character do the older women want to be free of commitment?
(a) Mr. Foresight
(d) Mr. Tattle
3. Where does Miss Prue come from?
(b) the country
4. What does Tattle do incessantly?
5. Why does Foresight believe that riding alone in a carriage is harmful for Angelica?
(a) because it is to taxing on her health
(b) because the weather might turn
(c) because it is dangerous
(d) because it could ruin her reputation
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the people that come knocking on Valentine's door and demand attention?
2. What activity does Valentine recently enjoy?
3. Who does Miss Prue find herself attracted to?
4. Who does Mr. Tattle seduce?
5. What man does Valentine's father suggest he sign over his inheritance to for four thousand pounds?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Valentine's father's proposed solution to the unpaid debts
2. What actions do Mrs. Frail and Mrs. Foresight take upon entering into a fight between Ben and Miss Prue?
3. Describe why Mrs. Foresight is motivated to declare her intentions for Sir Sampson.
4. Explain Angelica's reaction to Valentine as he reveals the trick.
5. What does Sampson discuss with Foresight regarding "something of equal value" as related to his son, Valentine?
6. Describe Angelica's actions when Sir Sampson enters the room.
7. Why is Sir Sampson in such a hurry to get the deed of conveyance legalized?
8. How does Mrs. Foresight respond to Scandal's offer of affection?
9. Explain the difference in demeanor and personality between Mr. Tattle and Miss Prue.
10. Describe the character of Scandal.
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