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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Daisy is living in what state, in chapter 8?
2. What is the publication mentioned in the chapter?
(a) The Gavel.
(b) The Ledger.
(c) The Recorder.
(d) The Reader.
3. Daisy is moved from a hospital to where?
(a) Victoria's home.
(b) A convalescent home.
(c) Warren's home.
(d) Joan's home.
4. Daisy tries to remain what, throughout her illness, but eventually fails?
(b) Close to Warren.
(c) Friendly with Beans.
5. The peddler said he could feel Daisy's what when she was born?
6. Daisy is frequently visited by whom, in chapter 8?
7. According to chapter 10, Daisy had a collection of what?
8. What is the title of chapter 7?
(a) Sadness, 1965.
(b) Sorrow, 1965.
(c) Depression, 1965.
(d) Melancholy, 1965.
9. Magnus Flett is still alive at what age?
10. Why does another writer take over Daisy's column?
(a) Daisy is ill.
(b) Daisy is caring for a sick relative.
(c) Daisy is on vacation.
(d) Daisy is pregnant.
11. As predicted, Daisy has lived for many years after what?
(a) Victoria's death.
(b) Joan's death.
(c) The decline in her health.
(d) Warren's death.
12. What possible reason does Fraidy give for the depression
(a) Sexual repression.
(b) Loss of a child.
(c) Loss of a parent.
(d) Loss of a husband.
13. Daisy will be taking her first trip to Europe since what?
(a) Her honeymoon.
(b) Her father's death.
(c) Her mother's death.
(d) Her son's death.
14. What is the title of chapter 9?
(a) Illness and Decline.
(b) Pain and Decline.
(c) Pain and Death.
(d) Illness and Death.
15. What relation is Beverly to Barker?
Short Answer Questions
1. The grandson of the village peddler's last name is what?
2. Who has twins in chapter 9?
3. Daisy is visited frequently by a young what?
4. What reason does Warren give for the depression?
5. Magnus was a local celebrity for being able to recite what, word for word?
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