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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which character develops a plan to help Isabel forget about Larry?
(c) Mrs. Bradley
2. What does the author initially state he has not done?
(a) Based anything on the truth
(b) Injected any humor
(c) Included his wife in the story
(d) Invented or embellished anything
3. Who can Isabel be introduced to in London?
(a) Young female friends
(b) Rich, young men
(c) Princes and Dukes
4. With whom does Suzanne move to Paris?
(a) An artist
(b) Her best friend
(c) Her brother
(d) Her mother
5. Elliott arrange for Larry to sit next to _________.
(a) An older Parisian woman
(b) A young Mexican woman
(d) His mother
6. What do the characters think has changed Larry?
(a) The war
(c) His job
7. Who assumes the position of narrator in this chapter?
8. Who does Larry meets in Lens?
9. What two things does the author state he has changed in the book?
(a) Names and conversations
(b) Cities and the age of characters
(c) Conversations and cities
(d) The chronological settings and names
10. How long do Gray and Isabel wait for Larry to visit?
(a) A month
(b) Three days
(c) Four days
(d) Two weeks
11. What is the name of the man Sophie marries?
12. How long after the stock market crash does this chapter begin?
(a) Ten years
(b) Four years
(c) Two-and-a-half years
(d) Five years
13. Who says hello to Maugham in Cafe Du Dome?
(d) Mrs. Bradley
14. Who gives Isabel away?
(a) Mrs. Bradley
15. What does Larry say he spends time doing?
(a) Reading and writing
(b) Joking and laughing
(c) Loafing and reading
(d) Writing and drawing
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the characters gives Elliott investment advice?
2. What reason does Larry give for being friends with Sophie?
3. Who does Elliott tell Mrs. Bradley lives in London?
4. In which city does Elliott usually reside?
5. In what area of France is Lens located?
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