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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 Calixta's response to Bobinôt's question?
(a) She will bake him a cake if he will introduce her to his brother.
(b) She has not yet given a response.
(c) She has said she will lend him her pony, but not her find mare.
(d) She has said no.
2. Who is Gouvernail?
(a) Gaston's sister.
(b) Mrs. Baroda's sister-in-law.
(c) Mrs. Baroda's sister.
(d) A college friend of Gaston's.
3. What is Louise imagining in her room?
(a) What her husband is doing in hell.
(b) A future of endless possibilities.
(c) What her husband is doing in heaven.
(d) How her brother must have suffered before dying.
4. What does Mrs. Baroda say about her husband wanting Gouvernail for a second visit?
(a) She is indifferent.
(b) She objects.
(c) She is frightened.
(d) She thinks is it a great idea.
5. Who is the successful planter?
(d) Alcée Laballière
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Aunt Dicey say Sublet will do to the 'Cadian man?
2. Who does Gabriel kill?
3. What does Désirée do with herself and her baby?
4. What does Cazeau sense when he embraces Athénaïse?
5. What frightens Calixta?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mrs. Baroda's feelings alter towards Gouvernail and what does she do?
2. What does Alcée write to his wife and what is her response?
3. What does Mrs. Sommers receive and what does she plan to do with it?
4. How does Mrs. Sommers spend her fifteen dollars?
5. How does Athénaïse develop a relationship with Gouvernail?
6. How does Mrs. Baroda feel towards Gourvernail at the opening of the story, and what does she do as a result?
7. What does Mr. Sublet ask Evariste Bonamour and what Sublet give Evariste?
8. What does Gabriel tell Tnate Elodie and what does she say in response?
9. How does Elizabeth help Mr. Brightman?
10. What changes everything for Athénaïse and what does she do?
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