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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Tom think his brother Alfred feels about him?
(a) Despises him a little
(b) Favors him over Frank
(c) Sees him as a child
(d) Loves him
2. How does Anna get along with other children?
(a) She sees them as equals and has many friends.
(b) She loves being around other children.
(c) She gets along with everyone.
(d) She dominates them, feeling they are inferior.
3. What are William's actions with the girl he takes to the park?
(a) He dances with her.
(b) He has an intellectual conversation with her.
(c) He walks with her.
(d) He kisses and caresses her, hoping to take her.
4. How does Tom feel about himself after meeting Alfred's lover, the lady, Mrs. Forbes?
(a) He regrets taking over the farm and not making more of his life.
(b) He is glad he has the quiet life of a farmer.
(c) He is content with his way of life.
(d) He is thankful that he doesn't need to live up to a lady's expectations.
5. How old is Ursula when a third child is born to Anna and William?
6. What does Tom find hard to bear when he thinks about Mrs. Lensky?
(a) He can't stand that she has a daughter.
(b) He can't bear that she was married before.
(c) He can't stand that they are complete strangers to each other.
(d) He can't bear that she is six years older than he is.
7. What does Will Brangwen feel guilty about while he is on his honeymoon?
(a) For shutting himself off from the world
(b) For ignoring Anna
(c) For never wanting to go back to the world
(d) For wanting Anna so much
8. What do Anna and William go to see that excites him so much?
(a) The Thames
(b) The Tower of London
(c) Lincoln Cathedral
(d) Westminster Abbey
9. Where have generations of Brangwens lived?
(b) The Brangwen Ranch
(c) The Marsh Farm
10. What is Ursula's impression of her father?
(a) He is cruel and heartless to her.
(b) He is full of magic and fascination to her.
(c) He is indifferent and loveless to her.
(d) He is a stranger to her.
11. What is the reason Tom Brangwen's wife believes the vicar's children are seen as superior to her own?
(a) Heritage and money
(b) Wealth and power
(c) Class and virtue
(d) Education and experience
12. How does Anna feel about herself as she drives to the wedding with her father?
(a) She is ecstatic, feeling lovely and flamboyant.
(b) She is nervous and self-conscious.
(c) She is embarrassed by her father's crassness.
(d) She feels ugly and inferior.
13. What does William witness that torments him for the rest of his life?
(a) A violent knifing in Cossethay
(b) A child drowning in the pond
(c) An old woman, dead and alone for two weeks
(d) The pregnant Anna, dancing naked in the bedroom
14. As Anna observes the Skrebensky's relationship, what does she wish for herself?
(a) She wishes William was more dominant.
(b) She wants to be as one person with William.
(c) She wants her own life, not absorbed by William.
(d) She wishes she and William were closer.
15. What is it about Anna that leaves William unsatisfied and unfulfilled?
(a) Her maturity
(b) Her ugly nature
(c) Her flowery innocence
(d) Her pregnancy
Short Answer Questions
1. Who invites Anna and William to visit them in Briswell?
2. How does Lydia emerge from her indifference, becoming a new person?
3. What would happen to the women of Cossethay if the vicar, Lord William, and Mrs. Hardy were taken away from them?
4. Where does Tom take Anna as she hysterically cries for her mother?
5. Why does William suffer behind his bright face?
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