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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The narrator contemplates the "unity of the ______" as she observes the rhythm of life on the streets below.
(a) Mind.
(b) Sexes.
(c) Human race.
(d) World.

2. When reading the man's novel, what does the narrator feel overshadows it?
(a) The author's name.
(b) Her self-consciousness.
(c) The letter "I."
(d) The letter "B."

3. Whose letters seem to forebode an age of virility?
(a) Dorothy's.
(b) Sir Walter Raleigh's.
(c) Bronte's.
(d) Her mother's.

4. To what does the narrator refer as a "complex force?"
(a) Reason.
(b) Femininity.
(c) Truth.
(d) Men.

5. What, according to the narrator, were the relationships between those who have sought the company of women NOT?
(a) Platonic.
(b) Unrealistic.
(c) Unhappy.
(d) Sexual.

Short Answer Questions

1. The writing of the Duchess compares the lives of women to those of what animals?

2. What does the narrator say is natural for the sexes to do?

3. What phrase in Carmichael's novel startles the narrator and starts her reflection on women as characters?

4. What does the narrator find awkward about Carmichael's writing?

5. In how many years does the narrator expect for writers like Carmichael to become great?

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