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Restoration Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Merivel learn traveled this way before?



2. Who does Celia love?



3. What reason does Merivel give Celia for coming to the roof?



4. How does Merivel think the King feels about him?



5. What does Merivel's painting instructor want Merivel to get him?



Short Essay Questions

1. What is wrong with Lady Bathurst's husband?



2. What does the King advise Merivel to do with his life?



3. How does Merivel imagine the representation of his astrological sign?



4. What prompts Katherine to try to hang herself?



5. How does Merivel react to Piepold?



6. What news does the King give Merivel when Merivel answers the summons?



7. What happened to the new owner of Bidnold?



8. What is Merivel's reaction to the letter about Rosie?



9. What is Merivel's life like after the fire?



10. Describe what Finn tells Merivel about the present Finn brings.



Essay Topics

The characters in the novel do not always have an accurate perception of themselves or of others around them. Discuss the characters' perceptions of themselves and others.

1) How does Merivel perceive himself? Is his self-perception accurate? How does Merivel perceive the King over the course of the story? How does he perceive Celia? How does he perceive Pearce? What causes Merivel's perception of himself or others to change?

2) What is Katherine's perception of Merivel? Why does she have this perception? How does Merivel react to it?

3) How does Pearce perceive Merivel? How does the King's perception of Merivel differ from Pearce's?

Characters in the novel suffer in different ways and for different reasons. Discuss suffering in the novel.

1) One goal of medicine is to alleviate suffering. How does Merivel try to mitigate suffering as a doctor? How successful is he?

2) How do the poor suffer in the novel? Could their suffering be alleviated? Can one person, such as Merivel, help the poor, or would they need to be helped by changing the society?

3) How do the insane suffer in the novel? What causes their suffering? How can their suffering be alleviated?

Love is an important element of Merivel's relationships with others. Discuss love in the novel.

1) Who does Merivel love and why? What is his love for the King based on? What is his love for Pearce based on? What is his love for Celia based on? Does Merivel truly love any of these characters?

2) Who loves Merivel, and why? What is Katherine's love for Merivel based on? What is Merivel's servant's love for him based on? Does Merivel return any of the other characters' love?

3) How does love between the characters govern their actions in the novel?

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