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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. What does Virginie wear to bathe?
(b) A bathing suit.
(c) A nightgown.
(d) Her chemise.
2. What is Félicité's first job when she starts working for Mme. Aubain?
(c) Lady's maid.
(d) Dairy maid.
3. What is peculiar about Félicité's dress?
(a) She wears the same thing all year.
(b) She dresses like a man.
(c) She always wears a bright purple scarf in her hair.
(d) She dresses like a child.
4. What smell pervades the living room?
(d) Fumes from the kitchen.
5. Where is Félicité's bedroom?
(a) On the second floor.
(b) In the guest house.
(c) In the basement.
(d) Next to the living room.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Mme. Aubain's husband?
2. What does the family do when it is particularly hot in Trouville?
3. The narrator describes Félicité as being made out of what material?
4. What new activity do Félicité and Virginie begin at Christmas time?
5. How does Virginie make the journey to Tocqueville?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Félicité begin to confuse or associate the parrot with the Holy Spirit?
2. Do you think it's significant that Félicité misses Virginie's death because she goes back to lock up in case of thieves?
3. What are some examples of times when Félicité has been abused or disregarded? Describe them and explain how she is being treated poorly.
4. Why do you think the narrator conceals the real cause of Loulou's death?
5. Does Victor seem to genuinely care for Félicité or is he only interested in taking things from her?
6. Why do you think Félicité never talks about how worried she feels for Victor?
7. What do we learn about Félicité through her relationship with Theodore?
8. Describe the scene with the bull and explain why you think it is important.
9. What is Félicité's final vision and what might it symbolize?
10. Why do you think Félicité is hurt by people's jokes about Loulou?
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