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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 is the tradition between Dick and Nicole?
(a) Never be too tired for anything
(b) Dick orders for both of them
(c) Always compliment the other
(d) Dick is in charge of romance
2. What number does Rosemary think is the limit for a good party?
3. Why does Rosemary think her wild party wasn't fun?
(a) Nicole spoiled all the fun.
(b) She was not allowed any champagne.
(c) Her mother made her go home at midnight.
(d) Dick wasn't there.
4. Who are the first guests to arrive at Dick's party?
(a) Mr. and Mrs. Abe North
(b) Mr. and Mrs. McKisco
(c) Earl Brady and Campion
(d) Rosemary and her mother
5. Who does Rosemary meet as he carries a tent and beach umbrella?
(a) Mr. McKisco
(b) Abe North
(c) Dick Diver
Short Answer Questions
1. Abe tells Nicole that he was tired of _______________________.
2. Who approaches Abe to see if he will speak to Jules Peterson?
3. Where does Dick invite Rosemary and her mother to go?
4. Who is the topic of conversation that started the fight between Tommy Barban and Mr. McKisco?
5. Who is the pathologist that Dick visits in Zurich?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Mr. McKisco's concerns after he agrees to a duel with Tommy Barban?
2. Why does Rosemary's view of the Mediterranean change after she meets with film director Earl Brady?
3. What psychological protective mechanisms are put in place for Nicole?
4. Explain the discrimination incident in Chapter 23.
5. Describe the situation where Dick comforts the American girl looking for her brother's grave.
6. How can Rosemary tell that the Divers and their friends are wealthy?
7. How can you tell that Dick's mind is addled by Rosemary?
8. What is the symbolism of the sun coming out when Dick kisses Rosemary?
9. How does Abe's drinking allow him to insult Nicole at the train station?
10. How does Rosemary equate Nicole to her mother?
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