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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. Why does Irene think it's not a good idea to correspond with Clare?
(a) They will both be in danger.
(b) Brian doesn't want Irene to correspond.
(c) Irene no longer respects Clare.
(d) They are no longer close.
2. What are Brian and Clare doing at the party?
(a) Dancing cheek to cheek.
(d) Carrying on an intimate conversation.
3. Whom was Clare with when she became reacquainted with Irene?
(a) Her father.
(b) Gertrude's husband.
(c) Her husband.
(d) A man that was not her husband.
4. What does Irene want to accomplish by telling John the secret?
(a) Get Clare in trouble.
(b) Cause Clare's divorce.
(c) End Brian's affair with Clare.
(d) Get Brian in trouble with John.
5. How long does Irene struggle with the thought of Brian's affair with Clare?
(a) Four days.
(b) One month.
(c) Two weeks.
(d) One week.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Irene wonder about concerning her encounter with John?
2. What does Irene regret about killing Clare?
3. Who stops by the party?
4. How might Clare have died for nothing?
5. Who interrupts the conversation between Clare and Irene?
Short Essay Questions
1. What impressed Clare? What does she want Irene to tell her about?
2. What is Irene's mood as she prepares for the party? What emotions is she feeling during the party?
3. What does Clare learn about the dance that makes her want to be invited?
4. How does Irene explain to Clare the reasons for not answering her letter?
5. How does the dance turn out? Who dances with Clare?
6. What does Irene regret not saying to John when she ran into him?
7. How does the Redfield household react to the frequent visits of Clare?
8. Who invited Clare to the party for Hugh Wentworth and why?
9. How does Irene react when she runs into John?
10. Why does Irene decide not to reveal Clare's real race to John?
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