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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. During what hours does Blackfriars Hospital accept employment applications?
2. How old is Daisy when she asks Father Haggett for a recommendation?
3. Whom does Fred want to find in Part 1, Section 7?
4. In Part 2, Section 10, what becomes the place of anxiety and pain?
5. How many guests are usually invited to dine at St. Angelicus at one time?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the inconveniences experienced by students due to the size of St. Angelicus.
2. What happens to Daisy's mother after visiting the opening of Selfridge Department Store? How is Daisy affected by this mentally? What changes occur in Daisy's lifestyle after the event?
3. At the beginning of Part I, Section 5, what decision is Fred about to act on concerning his father? Why is this a difficult decision?
4. What mistake does Daisy make concerning Dr. Sage?
5. According to Dr. Matthews, how is science affecting the Fellows?
6. Explain Mrs. Wrayburn's statement that she wouldn't have mistaken Daisy as being Fred's wife after the accident if she had known he was a Fellow at St. Angelicus.
7. At the beginning of Part 1, Section 1, what is happening on the way into Cambridge?
8. What is Daisy's new position at Blackfriars Hospital? Describe one of the routines that Daisy performs everyday.
9. According to Skippey, why is Fred's opponent's performance at the debate not very noteworthy?
10. According to Fred In Part 1, Section 7, why is he writing Daisy? Why is the letter out of line with Fred's usual reasoning?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The story opens with a stormy scene. The road to Cambridge has been strewn with willow branches. 1) Discuss an analogy that can be drawn between the strewn willow branches and Daisy's life. 2) How does the storm foreshadow a change in Fred's life?
Essay Topic 2
The logical side of St. Angelicus is made apparent by its professors and Fellows. 1) Discuss the aesthetic qualities that are part of the college. 2) Explore a specific character's role/contribution for each venue.
Essay Topic 3
In making plans to tell his father about his unbelief, Fred overlooks the father's "human" role in a son's life. 1) Compare/contrast the two roles (minister/father) that Mr. Fairly plays in Fred's life. 2) If a parishoner approached Mr. Fairly with the same unbelief, would his reaction be different? Why or why not?
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