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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. Who do the Strattons run into on their way to the racetrack at Newton Abbot?
2. What does Lucinda call Mr. Ahearn when he visits that makes him blush?
(b) Her long lost friend.
3. What game is Lucinda playing when she sees Oscar in Chapter 64?
(d) Five Card Draw.
4. When Lucinda and Oscar visit the glassworks factory, what do the men do?
(a) Grimace and shake their heads.
(c) Set off fireworks.
(d) Sing a welcome song.
5. What does the steward do when he comes to deliver Lucinda's tea and sees Lucinda's lure?
(a) Asks Lucinda if he can borrow it.
(b) Sits down at the table.
(c) Averts his eyes and wishes her a good night.
(d) Walks boldly up to the lure and examines it.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Oscar originally plan to transport the church to Dennis?
2. What does Lucinda confess when Oscar encourages her to make her confession?
3. Where is Lucinda going at nine o'clock at night on her horse in Chapter 64?
4. Why is Mr. Borradaile upset when Lucinda joins his table for dinner?
5. How does Oscar describe the glassworks factory to Lucinda after he has chased her to her office?
Short Essay Questions
1. What convinces Oscar to go up to first class and seek out Lucinda?
2. When does Lucinda finally realize that Oscar must love her?
3. Why does Oscar hide his love for Lucinda?
4. Does Oscar's new congregation like him as a preacher?
5. Why is Lucinda angry that Mr. Phelps invited her and Oscar for a tour of the factory?
6. How does Lucinda grow comfortable around Oscar and begin to admire him again?
7. Why is Wardley-Fish thwarted in his attempts to catch up with Oscar on the expedition?
8. What is the state of the glassworks factory when Lucinda returns to Sydney?
9. How does Oscar react to seeing Lucinda's prototype for a glass building?
10. What scandal do Lucinda and Oscar create?
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