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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Will view Anna as they wait to be married?
(a) He is having second thoughts about her.
(b) She will make a wonderful home maker.
(c) She is becoming boring.
(d) She is a flame that consumes him.
2. What does William do to help him stop worrying about life and relaxing?
(a) He rides his horse through the country side.
(b) He visits his local church which he loves.
(c) He carves wood.
(d) He goes for long walks.
3. Why does William begin to hate Anna as she talks to him about the carvings in the cathedral?
(a) She tells him he will never be awed as she is with the cathedral.
(b) She is destroying another one of his illusions.
(c) She insults his carving abilities as she looks at the carvings in the church.
(d) She is more passionate about the cathedral than he is.
4. How does Tom react when Anna refuses to let Tilly put her in her nightdress?
(a) Tom cuddles with Anna, saying she is a good girl.
(b) Tom spanks Anna, telling her to stop crying.
(c) Tom tells Tilly to let Anna go to bed in her clothes.
(d) Tom angrily undresses Anna, putting her in her nightdress himself.
5. As Anna observes the Skrebensky's relationship, what does she wish for herself?
(a) She wishes William was more dominant.
(b) She wants her own life, not absorbed by William.
(c) She wishes she and William were closer.
(d) She wants to be as one person with William.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are William's thoughts about the cathedral as he returns home?
2. What does everyone at the wedding party get excited over, shouting and applauding?
3. What is the first woodworking gift Will gives to Anna?
4. What is Anna's initial reaction when the eleven men start singing in the garden of the cottage, outside Anna and Will's window?
5. What is the description of the relationship between Anna and William in this chapter?
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