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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. Dick observes that the English still feel suspicious of the Swiss because of ____________________________.
(a) their chocolate-making skills
(b) their association with the Germans
(c) their ski resorts
(d) their watchmaking skills
2. What does Tommy tell Nicole?
(a) She is the most dramatic person he has ever known.
(b) She is the wealthiest person he has ever known.
(c) She is the most beautiful woman he has ever known.
(d) She is the funniest person he has ever known.
3. What happens in spite of Beth's misgivings?
(a) Nicole marries Dick.
(b) Nicole finds another psychologist.
(c) Nicole checks out of the sanitarium.
(d) Nicole returns to America.
4. What treatment does Dick not approve of for patients?
(b) Shock treatments
5. Tommy tells Dick that he always treats Nicole ______________________________.
(a) as a whore
(b) as a patient because she was once sick
(c) as a child
(d) as a porcelain doll
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Dick and Beth have tea?
2. Why does Dick want to change hotels?
3. What is the content of the letter?
4. Where do Dick and Nicole go for Christmas?
5. Why does Dick tell Nicole that men look at her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Dick encounter Rosemary again?
2. How does money become a factor in Dick and Nicole's marriage and affect Dick's self esteem?
3. What are Nicole's perceptions of Tommy in Book 3, Chapter 6?
4. What is the symbolism of Dick's feelings for the Italians and French?
5. How does Dick behave counter to his feelings about Nicole?
6. What does Abe North's death represent for Dick?
7. What happens to Dick and Rosemary's relationship while in Naples?
8. Explain the opinions that Franz and his wife have of the Divers.
9. How does Dick view his and Franz' differences as psychiatrists?
10. What is the state of the Divers' marriage by the end of Book 3, Chapter 11?
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