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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 city does Dick associate with the demise of his relationship with Rosemary?
2. Why does Dick tell Nicole that men look at her?
(a) Her elaborate clothing
(b) Her long hair
(c) Her voice
(d) Her lips
3. How does Nicole behave at the site of the car accident?
(a) She breaks down in sobs.
(b) She runs away.
(c) She calls for an ambulance.
(d) She laughs hysterically.
4. What does Nicole do with a letter from Tommy?
(a) Puts it in her desk drawer
(b) Presses it in her diary
(c) Throws it away
(d) Gives it to Dick
5. What does Dr. Dohmler think about Dick's relationship with Nicole?
(a) He thinks Dick is the best thing that ever happened to Nicole.
(b) He thinks Dick and Nicole should marry right away.
(c) He thinks they should no longer see each other.
(d) He thinks Nicole could find a more suitable match than Dick.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes Dick feel trapped in his marriage?
2. What old acquaintance does Dick run into at a cafe?
3. What advice does Dick give to Nicole?
4. What happens in spite of Beth's misgivings?
5. Over what incident do the Divers offend their hostess, Mary North, and leave her home on bad terms?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Dick get upset at Beth's manipulations?
2. How does Dick begin to fall out of love with Nicole?
3. What is the state of the Divers' marriage by the end of Book 3, Chapter 11?
4. How does Dick encounter Rosemary again?
5. What is the tragic event that occurs while Dick is in Innsbruck?
6. What happens to make Dick deal with his feelings for Nicole?
7. What is the irony of the Divers intent to ask about other people's happiness?
8. How does Dick behave counter to his feelings about Nicole?
9. How does money become a factor in Dick and Nicole's marriage and affect Dick's self esteem?
10. How does Nicole manage to get the best of all the worlds she wants?
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