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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. With what illness is Nicole diagnosed?
2. What does Dick do without Nicole's consent?
(a) Buys a new wardrobe
(b) Changes their hotel reservation
(c) Arranges a dinner party
(d) Buys a new car
3. How long is Nicole's father required to stay away from her according to Franz Gregorovius?
(a) 2 years
(b) 1 year
(c) 5 years
(d) 18 months
4. Why does Dick take charge of the situation in Rosemary's room?
(a) He does not want her career to be ruined.
(b) He has medical training.
(c) He has a dominant personality.
(d) He is the oldest one in the room.
5. Who does Rosemary overhear declaring their love and passion for each other?
(a) Mr. and Mrs. McKisco
(b) Mr. and Mrs. North
(c) Dick and Nicole
(d) Nicole and Early Brady
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rosemary do at the Newfoundland memorial?
2. Who does Rosemary find sobbing on the terrace of the hotel?
3. In what city does Rosemary go to the drug store?
4. Where does Dick invite Rosemary and her mother to go?
5. Who accompanies Nicole when she meets with Dick?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the symbolism of the sun coming out when Dick kisses Rosemary?
2. What do Rosemary's thoughts reveal about how she was raised by her mother?
3. What is the nature of Nicole's mental illness which is mistakenly identified as schizophrenia?
4. What psychological protective mechanisms are put in place for Nicole?
5. How does Abe's drinking allow him to insult Nicole at the train station?
6. Explain the technique of flashback used in Chapter 26.
7. How is Dick able to ascertain that Nicole is upset about his continuing attention toward Rosemary?
8. What differences does Rosemary note in her spending habits and Nicole's?
9. How can Rosemary tell that the Divers and their friends are wealthy?
10. Describe the burgeoning romance between Dick and Nicole.
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