1. In her dream of Manderley, the narrator stands . . .
(a) At the window of Rebecca's room.
(b) By an iron gate leading to the drive.
(c) At the door of the boatshed.
(d) By a wooden gate leading to the drive.
2. In her dream, to whom does the narrator call?
(a) The lodge-keeper.
(c) Maxim de Winter.
(d) Mrs Van Hopper.
3. What gives the impression of a church archway?
(a) The mingled branches of beech trees.
(b) Monster shrubs and plants.
(c) Oak trees.
(d) Binsey poplars.
4. What color is the stone of which Manderley is built?
5. What is an appropriate word to use for the dream picture of Manderley's grounds and garden?
6. What can moonlight do, according to the narrator?
(a) Moonlight can reveal secrets.
(b) Moonlight can scare you.
(c) Moonlight can make you feel romantic.
(d) Moonlight can play odd tricks upon the fancy.
7. How had they left the library door?
(c) Half open.
(d) Locked carefully.
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