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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. At what building does Daisy stop while walking with Kelly?
2. What question does Fred ask Daisy at the end of Part 3, Section 15?
3. Who does Tom accuse of being the cart driver?
4. Who is Hans Geiger?
5. What name does Daisy give one of the flowers in the meadow?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the beginning of Part 4, Section 20, who does Fred call after arriving back at St. Angelicus following the day in court ? Why?
2. In Part 3, Section 15, why does Mr. Wrayburn regret his having been hospitable to Fred and Daisy after their biking accident?
3. How does Daisy respond to Kelly's remarks during her newspaper office visit?
4. At the beginning of Part 3, Section 16, Mr. Wrayburn is speaking to Daisy about her involvement with Fred. What does he want Daisy to do in regards to the relationship? Why?
5. Why is Daisy back in Cambridge in Part 3, Section 14? Where is she staying and why?
6. Who has written Fred another note about Daisy Saunders? What does the note say about Daisy?
7. Why does Daisy lose her job at the hospital? Where does she intend to seek her next job?
8. While waiting in the courtroom, what does Fred notice about Daisy's appearance? When does her appearance become even more noticeable to Fred?
9. In Part 2, Section 12, why is Daisy visiting the newspaper office? What happens during the visit?
10. While taking a country walk, where do Fred and Daisy stop? What do they find inside on the floor? What comment does Fred make after their discovery?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Fred meets Daisy after a biking accident. 1) Describe the first meeting between Fred and Daisy. 2) What is a plausible explanation for Fred's love at first sight? 3) How does Daisy's inaccessibility fuel Fred's feelings?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
Fred leads a peaceful life with no thought of malice until Kelly takes the witness stand at the farmer's trial. 1) What provokes Fred to "lie in wait" at the tea house for Kelly's emergence from the courtroom? 2) What is ironic about Fred's place of choice for waiting? 3) Why is the reason for Fred's anger at Kelly ironic?
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