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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are William's thoughts about the cathedral as he returns home?
(a) The cathedral doorway to eternity is false.
(b) The cathedral is his absolute.
(c) The cathedral is his reality.
(d) The cathedral is his doorway to heaven.
2. How does Will view Anna as they wait to be married?
(a) He is having second thoughts about her.
(b) She is a flame that consumes him.
(c) She is becoming boring.
(d) She will make a wonderful home maker.
3. How does Anna feel about people she meets outside the Marsh farm?
(a) She enjoys conversing with other people.
(b) She thinks they belittle her and despises them.
(c) She loves other people.
(d) She is very friendly when meeting other people.
4. Where do the wedding party and guests go after the wedding ceremony?
(a) To Alfred Brangwen's house for a reception
(b) To the church hall for dinner and dancing
(c) To the Marsh farm for a large meal
(d) To the pub for drinks
5. Why is Tom glad that his wife Lydia is there for him on Anna's wedding day?
(a) She will tell him what he should do during the ceremony.
(b) She will sustain him among all of the people attending the wedding.
(c) She will help him forget his loss of Anna.
(d) She will arrange the party after the wedding.
6. What gives Anna complete happiness and fulfillment?
(a) Being a wife
(b) Going to church
(c) Being a mother
(d) Visiting her parents
7. What lesson about life did Ursula learn at an early age after her father insults her for stepping in the seed beds?
(a) She learned to obey her father.
(b) She learned to go to her mother for sympathy.
(c) She learned to harden herself from the outside world.
(d) She learned to rely on her sisters.
8. How does Tom finally meet Mrs. Lensky, carrying on a conversation with her?
(a) She meets him at the market.
(b) She comes to his farm asking for butter.
(c) She meets him at church.
(d) She meets him on the road near his house.
9. Who tries to comfort William when the stress of four children becomes a heavy burden for him?
10. What does Tom see in the loft of the barn that distresses him, making him feel like an old man?
(a) Rotted timbers that need to be replaced
(b) His thirteen year old dog, dead in the hay
(c) His gray haired wife, shooing the owls away
(d) Anna and Will in each other's arms, kissing
11. What does Will Brangwen feel guilty about while he is on his honeymoon?
(a) For wanting Anna so much
(b) For shutting himself off from the world
(c) For never wanting to go back to the world
(d) For ignoring Anna
12. What is Anna's initial reaction to her mother's marriage to Tom?
(a) She is happy to have a father.
(b) She accepts Tom immediately.
(c) She is glad her mother has a husband.
(d) She is angry, wanting to move away.
13. 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 bear that she is six years older than he is.
(d) He can't stand that they are complete strangers to each other.
14. How does Tom feel about himself after meeting Alfred's lover, the lady, Mrs. Forbes?
(a) He is content with his way of life.
(b) He regrets taking over the farm and not making more of his life.
(c) He is thankful that he doesn't need to live up to a lady's expectations.
(d) He is glad he has the quiet life of a farmer.
15. What does William do to help him stop worrying about life and relaxing?
(a) He visits his local church which he loves.
(b) He goes for long walks.
(c) He rides his horse through the country side.
(d) He carves wood.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who dominates the whole wedding party?
2. What is Anna unable to tell William for four days, while they battle with each other?
3. What is Tom's reaction to Lydia after they are married and the guests leave?
4. What is Tom's secret desire for Anna?
5. What does Alfred tell Tom every person must do?
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