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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 object does Simone become obsessed with in Chapter 2?
2. How many other girls attend the event?
3. What causes the narrator to have a violent orgasm?
(b) The storm.
(c) A combination of Simone, the storm, and the gun.
(d) The gun.
4. Why does the narrator run from the building?
(a) Simone screams.
(b) He sees a dead body.
(c) A guard finds him.
(d) He cannot locate Marcelle.
5. Who is called at the end of Chapter 2?
(a) The hospital.
(c) The servants.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator do when he lays with Simone on the beach?
2. Who was the woman the narrator saw come out of the building?
3. What does the narrator contemplate doing in Chapter 3?
4. What heightens the couple's sexuality at the end of Chapter 1?
5. Who does Simone state she will only "do it" with?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the mother's second encounter with the couple in their actions, and her reaction as well as the reaction of the couple.
2. Explain what the narrator thinks as he chases down the unknown naked woman, and the reality of who the woman is.
3. What has happened to Marcelle after the orgy? How does the couple discover what has happened to Marcelle? What do they think of doing to help her?
4. How do the parents find out about the orgy, and what do the parents do when they discover what has occurred?
5. What happens when the narrator finds Simone, and what is the accidental result that rises Marcelle from her room?
6. Explain what happens to Marcelle in Chapter 1.
7. Explain how the orgy in Chapter 2 takes place.
8. How does the narrator avoid police capture in Chapter 3 and how is this possible?
9. What does the narrator explain causes his and Simone's sexual dream to turn in to a nightmare?
10. In Chapter 3, the narrator contemplates suicide. Explain why, and what happens to change his mind.
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