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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Maxim tell his wife at last?
(a) That he will soon come to love her.
(b) That he loves her.
(c) That he adores Rebecca.
(d) That he is penniless.
2. What are the qualities the narrator believes a person must have to be well-bred?
(a) A good accent and pride.
(b) Pride and guts.
(c) An aristocratic pedigree.
(d) Pride and money.
3. What was Rebecca's attitude to doctors?
(a) She didn't trust them completely, but consulted them.
(b) She was indifferent to them.
(c) She despised them.
(d) She respected them.
4. What does the Coroner say about Mr Tubb's workmanship?
(a) He says it is irrelevant.
(b) He condemns it as being responsible for the accident.
(c) He says it is excellent and he would like him to work on his wife's boat.
(d) He says it is excellent and was not to blame for the accident.
5. What is Mr Tubb's opinion about the boat's sinking?
(a) He says someone tampered with the boat when it was moored.
(b) He says part of the hull was sawn off.
(c) He says Rebecca was unusually careless.
(d) He says it was deliberately scuttled.
6. Who announces the arrival of Maxim's car?
(b) Mrs. Danvers.
7. What does Beatrice suggest the narrator do in the morning?
(a) She should have a good lie-in, with breakfast in bed.
(b) She should sack Mrs. Danvers.
(c) She should get up early and talk to Max.
(d) She should apologize to Maxim.
8. What does Maxim tell his wife to do?
(a) To go upstairs and stay there out of sight.
(b) Accompany him to the library.
(c) To go and get changed before anyone arrives.
(d) To fetch Mrs. Danvers.
9. Who is the unexpected visitor that Frith announces?
(a) Maxim's grandmother.
(b) The coroner.
(c) Jack Favell.
(d) Rebecca's grandmother.
10. What has changed concerning the relationship between the narrator and Mrs. Danvers?
(a) The power roles are reversed.
(b) The narrator has gained some power.
(c) The power of Mrs. Danvers has grown stronger.
(d) All power has gone out of the relationship.
11. What does Rebecca imply during her final confrontation with Maxim?
(a) That she is pregnant with Maxim's child.
(b) That Maxim won't divorce her because she is pregnant.
(c) That she is pregnant with another man's child.
(d) That Maxim is impotent.
12. Why are the shops in Layton closed?
(a) It is early closing day.
(b) The shopowners have all gone to the inquest.
(c) As a mark of respect to Rebecca.
(d) It is Sunday.
13. Why does the narrator tell Frank Crawley that Maxim did not come to bed?
(a) She trusts him, so confides in him.
(b) She is overwrought and blurts it out unthinkingly.
(c) She wants him to find Max and intercede for her.
(d) She wants Frank to feel sorry for her.
14. What story is circulated regarding Mrs. de Winter's dress?
(a) That the dress was ruined by the maid.
(b) That the dressmaker sent the wrong dress.
(c) That the dress was too big and had to be returned.
(d) That the dress was in the wrong color.
15. In what sort of mood is the narrator the morning after the fancy dress ball?
(a) She is tired and nervous.
(b) She is exhausted.
(c) She is angry and depressed.
(d) She is in despair.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the "frightful word of six letters" to which the narrator refers?
2. In her morning reverie, how does the protagonist/narrator depict life at Manderley?
3. What does Dr Baker reveal?
4. What does Maxim's Gran believe are the three most important qualities in a wife?
5. How does the narrator feel about visiting Maxim's grandmother?
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