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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. Under what circumstances does Dr. Urbino meet Fermina Daza?
(a) He is called as she shows signs of cholera
(b) Her father introduces them hoping they will marry
(c) He treats her for a broken ankle
(d) She calls him to treat her sick father
2. Which of the following is a definition for inamorata?
(a) Woman whom somebody loves
(b) Woman who loves a man
(c) Man whom somebody loves
(d) Man who loves a woman
3. Who besides telegraph operators helps Fermina communicate with Florentino?
(a) Fermina's cousin
(b) Florentino's uncle
(c) Florentino's cousin
(d) Fermina's uncle
4. Where does Florentino have a private room where he spends his time while waiting for Fermina to return?
(a) A brothel
(b) His own home
(c) His mother's house
(d) His uncle's business
5. Which term best describes how Florentino lost his virginity?
(d) Unwilling but persuaded
Short Answer Questions
1. Why had the school expelled Fermina Daza?
2. Which of the following was Florentino's mother?
3. Where did Dr. Urbino study?
4. What happens to Florentino as he waits for a response to his letter from Fermina?
5. Where did Florentino vow he will always live?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to Florentino for two weeks after he makes his second declaration of love to Fermina?
2. Where does Florentino see dead bodies?
3. What does Fermina begin to wonder when she sees Florentino sitting on the bench where he had once courted her?
4. What is a siesta?
5. Why does Fermina agree to meet Florentino finally?
6. What does Florentino's uncle claim there must be in order for there to be love?
7. What causes Fermina to feel a growing rage every time she thinks of it?
8. Why does America Vicuna tell Florentino he won't marry?
9. Why did Dr. Urbino decide to marry Fermina?
10. Describe Florentino's only lover at the time of Dr. Urbino's death.
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