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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 has the passion between Clym and Eustacia faded?
(a) She no longer finds him attractive.
(b) They do not have the same goals.
(c) They are married.
(d) Clym is in love with someone else.
2. How does Thomasin surprise Clym?
(a) She asks if it would be proper for her to marry Diggory.
(b) She tells him she does not love him.
(c) She says she is moving to Paris.
(d) She asks him to marry her first.
3. Why is Clym unable to continue his studies temporarily?
(a) Eustacia is threatening to leave.
(b) He must find a job.
(c) The poor light he has been reading in is affecting his eyesight.
(d) He does not have the money to buy more books.
4. Why is Clym singing?
(a) It is Eustacia's favorite song.
(b) He loves to sing.
(c) He has found a job as a singing telegram.
(d) He is content with working as a furze-cutter.
5. What does Diggory deduce?
(a) Eustacia is still in love with Clym.
(b) The man he sees with Eustacia is Wildeve.
(c) Thomasin misses her husband.
(d) Eustacia is unhappy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Clym do with his new career?
2. What is significant about the bonfire night?
3. Who does Clym find?
4. What plan do Eustacia and Wildeve concoct?
5. How does Diggory's change of occupation affect his relationship with Thomasin?
Short Essay Questions
1. What takes place near Thomasin's house?
2. What takes place during Clym's nap before going back to work?
3. How does the fire act as a signal?
4. How does Charley care for Eustacia?
5. What is Susan Nunsuch doing?
6. Why are the locals making a mattress?
7. Why is Clym concerned that Thomasin is falling in love with him?
8. How are Clym and Thomasin's suspicions similar?
9. What happens at the local outdoor dance?
10. What conversations lead to Clym learning about the day of his mother's death?
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