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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. Who is Léonce Pontellier?
(a) The resort manager.
(b) A friend of Edna's father.
(c) A wealthy, successful businessman.
(d) The resort owner.
2. About what does Edna argue with her father?
(a) Visiting her childhood male friend.
(b) Traveling to New York at the time of the wedding.
(c) Attending her sister's wedding.
(d) Having an abortion.
3. What does Robert say forced him to go to Mexico?
(a) Pressure from Edna's husband.
(b) Pressure from his mother.
(c) Pressure from his brother.
(d) His love for Edna.
4. Why does Edna think Robert does not love her?
(a) He is engaged.
(b) He has been in town for two days and has not visited her.
(c) He refuses to see her when she goes to his house.
(d) He has married.
5. Of what does Edna remind Robert?
(a) That he is going to teach her to float on the waves the next morning.
(b) That he is to talk to Mr. Pontellier the next day.
(c) That they spent the entire day together.
(d) That he is going to Mexico the next morning.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Dr. Mandelet say he will do?
2. What is one childhood crush Edna remembers?
3. What does Mr. Pontellier find that surprises him when he returns to the cottage?
4. Whose wedding does Edna refuse to attend?
5. Of what does Robert often daydream?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Edna's last swim.
2. Describe Mildred's first meeting with the "farm worker."
3. Where does Robert decide to go and how does Edna react?
4. What analogy does Edna think of from her childhood?
5. What happens between Robert and Edna by the end of Chapter 35?
6. What is Edna's life like in New Orleans?
7. Describe the scene when Victor upsets Edna.
8. What does Edna start attending?
9. How does Edna plan to pay for her move?
10. What do Edna and her father do when he visits and how does Léonce respond?
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