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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What tale does Clym learn while visiting a friend?
(a) His cousin, Thomasin, is jilted on her wedding day.
(b) Thomasin is secretly in love with Diggory.
(c) Thomasin has taken his money.
(d) Thomasin has married Damon.
2. What is Eustacia doing?
(a) Packing for a move to Paris.
(b) Looking through a telescope in the direction of the inn.
(c) Visiting her uncle.
(d) Plowing the field.
3. What is Wildeve's supposed oversight?
(a) The different location of the marriage license.
(b) The loss of the rings for the marriage.
(c) The new priest performing the ceremony.
(d) The lack of Mrs. Yeobright's approval.
4. What does Mrs. Yeobright keep from Thomasin?
(a) She is allowing Damon to marry Thomasin for her money.
(b) Wildeve has proposed to Eustacia.
(c) Thomasin will be marrying Venn in two days.
(d) The suitor is Diggory.
5. What are the contents of the letter Eustacia has Diggory deliver to Damon?
(a) She hopes that even when he is married, he will secretly meet her.
(b) She hates Damon and hopes he marries Thomasin.
(c) She wants to marry him.
(d) She is no longer willing to continue their secret meetings.
6. What does hearing Clym's voice do to Eustacia?
(a) It annoys her and makes her realize she loves Damon.
(b) It make her anxious and nervous to meet Clym.
(c) It sets her off in a state of excitement based on her fantasy of him.
(d) It makes her doubt her love for him.
7. Why is Damon able to take advantage of Christian?
(a) Damon is very intelligent.
(b) Christian has poor luck.
(c) Christian is nervous.
(d) Christian is encouraged by his good luck.
8. What does Eustacia convince a local boy to do?
(a) Sit by her at the play.
(b) Lend her his disguise.
(c) Tell Clym she is available.
(d) Hold her hand.
9. Why does Eustacia temporarily lose interest in Wildeve?
(a) He is unattractive.
(b) He is not leaving the heath.
(c) She views him as someone else's second best.
(d) He is in love with Thomasin.
10. Why does Eustacia worry about Clym falling in love with Thomasin?
(a) They are cousins.
(b) They live in the same house.
(c) She is beautiful.
(d) She is kind.
11. Why does Eustacia want to be in the play?
(a) She loves to act.
(b) So she may see Clym.
(c) It is her favorite play.
(d) She wants to be the center of attention.
12. Why does Clym want to meet Eustacia?
(a) She seems unique.
(b) He is intrigued by the mention of her beauty.
(c) He has loved her since grade school.
(d) He is angry with her about her treatment of Thomasin.
13. What does Eustacia admit about her love for Wildeve?
(a) It does not run deep.
(b) It is very strong.
(c) She will love him forever.
(d) She does not love him at all.
14. What does Clym suggest to Eustacia after his argument with Mrs. Yeobright?
(a) They wait a couple of years to marry.
(b) They get married right away.
(c) They elope.
(d) They end the engagement.
15. About what is Mrs. Yeobright concerned?
(a) Her niece is in love with her cousin.
(b) Her niece will be moving to Paris.
(c) That the event will result in embarrassment for Thomasin and the whole family.
(d) Her niece is marrying a man she does not know.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the gossiping group mention?
2. What does Mrs. Yeobright tell Thomasin she will give her?
3. What does Mrs. Yeobright refuse to do?
4. What does Venn encourage Eustacia to do?
5. What is the object of Eustacia's obsession?
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