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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What gift does Emma receive from one of Charles' patients?
2. What is one of the things that Charles does to show his complete adoration of Emma?
3. How do Emma and Rodolphe begin communicating in the early days of their affair?
4. What gift does Léon bring to Emma?
5. Where does Emma wish she had spent her honeymoon with Charles?
Short Essay Questions
1. What elements from "Lucie de Lammermoor" reflect themes or events in Emma's own life in Part 2: Chapter 15?
2. How are Léon and Emma like honeymooners in Part 3: Chapter 3?
3. Describe Emma's conflicting motives in her interactions with Binet, Guillaumin and Rodolphe in Part 3: Chapter 7.
4. In Chapter 7, Emma receives a greyhound as a pet. Why is this gift so important to her?
5. What tactics does Emma use in Part 3: Chapter 3 to get to see Léon on a more regular basis?
6. What is Charles' reaction to learning about his wife's affairs in Part 3: Chapter 11?
7. How does Charles' action in Part 2: Chapter 11 irrevocably change the nature of his relationship with Emma?
8. By Part 2: Chapter 7, do you think Emma has become a sympathetic character? Why or why not?
9. Part 2: Chapter 7 introduces the reader to the foreshadowed relationship between Rodolphe and Emma. What are Rodolphe's perceptions of Emma's character?
10. What is the state of Emma and Léon's relationship by the end of Part 3: Chapter 6?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Although Emma is very much a Victorian woman, her story could also take place in modern times. How might her situation in life be different if she was alive in the 21st century? What options may have been open to her as a modern woman that weren't in the time of the book? What situations would be the same?
Essay Topic 2
Imagine Emma survived her overdose on arsenic. What do you imagine she would have done? How would she have explained her predicament to Charles and solved her financial problems? Would any of the townspeople or her family members come to her aid? Use examples from the novel to support your hypothesis.
Essay Topic 3
In many ways, Emma's love relationships and focus on shopping show us the indications of a manic or addictive personality. Provide examples from throughout the text that indicate this. Would you consider Emma to be an addict? Why or why not? Do you think Emma could have ever been helped? Explain why.
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