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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 Mr. Jeffris wish to be?
(b) An explorer.
(d) Sea captain.
2. How far does Mr. Phelps walk with his son to see Lucinda and Oscar at her home?
(a) Six miles.
(b) 100 yards.
(c) Half a mile.
(d) Two miles.
3. What does Oscar ask Lucinda when he is worried about her reputation?
(a) To travel with him.
(b) To marry Dennis.
(c) To take religious vows.
(d) To marry him.
4. Where did Lucinda escape to when the ship stopped at a harbor in Chapter 60?
(a) Cape Town.
5. Where does Oscar take Lucinda to dinner in Chapter 82?
(a) Oriental Hotel.
(b) Belmont. Hotel.
(c) Petri Hotel.
(d) The Coat and Arms.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why can't Lucinda hire any maids in Chapter 73?
2. What game is Lucinda playing when she sees Oscar in Chapter 64?
3. What does Horace Borrodaile speak about in his monologues on board the ship?
4. When Oscar's housekeeper warns him that his sermons are upsetting the congregation, what is he preaching about?
5. How did Oscar lose his horse and carriage that his bishop gave him?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lucinda feel about Dennis leaving Sydney to go to a parish near Boat Harbour?
2. How does Oscar react to seeing Lucinda's prototype for a glass building?
3. Describe the events of Oscar and Lucinda's Christmas Day.
4. Why do Horace Borrodaile and Percy Smith try to get Oscar to walk on the open deck?
5. What convinces Oscar to go up to first class and seek out Lucinda?
6. Why is Lucinda angry that Mr. Phelps invited her and Oscar for a tour of the factory?
7. Why is Wardley-Fish thwarted in his attempts to catch up with Oscar on the expedition?
8. Why does Mrs. Smith change her mind about working as Lucinda's housekeeper?
9. How does Mr. Jeffris show his love of power as he prepares for the expedition?
10. What scandal do Lucinda and Oscar create?
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