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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What would Carrie have had to her name had she decided to leave Drouet as planned?
(a) The rights to the plays she wrote with Drouet.
(b) The clothes on her back and a few dollars.
(c) Half of Drouet's estate.
(d) The residual money from Drouet's work with the Masons.
2. What worries Hurstwood the most as he waits for a response from his wife after being locked out of his house?
(a) Carrie's silence.
(b) The possible loss of his employment.
(c) The ownership of his house.
(d) His reputation among his friends.
3. What kind of seat does Hurstwood purchase for himself at the play?
(a) Front row.
(b) He does not buy a seat.
(c) Box seat.
4. How did Hurstwood leave himself open to be sued for divorce?
(a) He was unfaithful to his wife.
(b) He quit his job and ignored the letters from the police.
(c) He did not meet with his wife to make reconciliation.
(d) He ignored the letters of the lawyers.
5. What does Carrie decide she must do in case Drouet does not choose to come back to her?
(a) Find a job.
(b) Make amends with Hurstwood.
(c) Find another gentleman lover.
(d) Move back in with her sister.
6. What causes Carrie to lose her first job in Chicago?
(a) Her slow pace.
(b) Her lack of experience.
(c) A cold.
(d) Starting a fight with her co-workers.
7. What does Mrs. Hurstwood get upset about when she is at dinner one night with her family?
(a) Her husband does not notice her new hair style.
(b) Her husband went to the theater without her.
(c) Her husband was seen with Carrie.
(d) Her husband did not get an expected raise.
8. What does Drouet start doing that changes the way Carrie feels about him?
(a) Drinking excessively.
(b) Spending nights away from home.
(c) Comparing her to finer women.
(d) Speaking ill of Hurstwood.
9. What excites Carrie so much about her budding relationship with Hurstwood before anyone finds out about it?
(a) The chance to leave Drouet.
(b) The secrecy and mystery.
(c) The financial opportunities.
(d) The possibility of true love.
10. What does Hurstwood say he must do when he hears about the play being put on by Drouet's group?
(a) Keep Carrie from attending.
(b) Shut down Drouet's group.
(c) Get Carrie out of Chicago.
(d) Attend the play.
11. Carrie tells Drouet that Hurstwood visited her how many times when they began their affair while Drouet was away on his business trip?
(a) Three Times.
(c) Four times.
12. Who is Mrs. Hurstwood more interested in than her husband?
(a) Her secret lover.
(b) Her children.
(c) Her neighbors.
(d) Her friends at the country club.
13. Why does Hurstwood not care about Carrie's relationship with Drouet as he begins to pursue her?
(a) He is more successful than Drouet.
(b) He does not like Drouet.
(c) He sees Drouet with other women.
(d) He loves Carrie too much to care.
14. Where does Carrie live before the book begins?
(a) New York.
15. What does Carrie agree to do for Drouet's new group when approached by Drouet?
(a) Hold a raffle at a meeting.
(b) Attend a fancy ball.
(c) Act in a play.
(d) Hang up signs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Drouet discuss with Carrie the morning after her success in the play?
2. Where does Hurstwood tell Carrie Drouet is when he takes her to the train station?
3. How do Carrie and Hurstwood decide to communicate in order to keep their affair secret from Drouet?
4. What does Mrs. Hurstwood ask her husband to get for her shortly after his affair with Carrie begins?
5. What group does Drouet join just after Carrie's affair with Hurstwood begins?
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