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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Thomasin having a difficult time?
(a) She worries about Clym.
(b) She does not like Eustacia.
(c) Her husband will not give her any spending money.
(d) She does not love her husband.
2. What does the gossiping group mention?
(a) The beautiful Eustacia.
(b) The beautiful white moon.
(c) The furze-cutting business.
(d) That the aunt and guardian does not approve of the union.
3. Why is Clym deeply resolved to do something significant on his own terms?
(a) He has never done anything of significance before.
(b) He is not fully enjoying his life.
(c) His mother has always made all his decisions.
(d) He loves working in Paris.
4. How does Mrs. Yeobright feel about Clym's relationship with Eustacia?
(a) She does not approve.
(b) She is very happy for them.
(c) She is unsure about Eustacia.
(d) She wonders about Clym's motives.
5. What is a group of people doing?
(a) Mourning the death of the Captain.
(b) Sleeping on small cots.
(c) Reading traditional books.
(d) Singing folk tunes and dancing.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Eustacia doing?
2. Why does Damon say he is confused?
3. About what is Mrs. Yeobright concerned?
4. For what does the boy ask in exchange?
5. What is a reddleman?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do Thomasin and Clym live in the same home but lead separate lives?
2. Why does Charley allow Eustacia to take his role in the play?
3. Describe Egdon Heath.
4. What does Eustacia do to see Clym?
5. Why does Mrs. Yeobright not give Damon Thomasin's inheritance?
6. Why might be a reason for Mrs. Yeobright keeping the name of the other suitor from Thomasin?
7. What takes place during Clym's nap before going back to work?
8. How does Eustacia feel after her contact with Clym?
9. Why does Clym never thank his mother for the inheritance money she sent him on his wedding day?
10. Why does Clym become a preacher?
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