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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. O'Keefe wonders what Dangerfield will do with __________________.
(a) his clothes.
(b) all his debt.
(c) his marriage.
(d) all his women.
2. What does Lilly tell Dangerfield about how they should communicate?
(a) They should write every day.
(b) They should send telegrams only.
(c) They should not write each other.
(d) They should make brief phone calls.
3. What kind of costume has MacDoon made?
4. What does Dangerfield tell his landlady about Mary?
(a) He is going to marry her in a few weeks.
(b) She is his long-lost sister.
(c) She is his ex-wife.
(d) She is his wife.
5. With whom is O'Keefe trying to get a job?
(a) Miss Manners' School.
(b) Lady Eclair.
(c) The Exchange Student program.
(d) Vanity Fair.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mary comment on when she sees Dangerfield naked for his bath?
2. Which friend does Dangerfield run into at the pawn shop?
3. Where does Dangerfield go as he waits for his boat to London?
4. What is the message in a letter Dangerfield picks up at MacDoon's?
5. What does O'Keefe demand from Dangerfield?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Miss Frost regret going to bed with Dangerfield?
2. How do Dangerfield and Lilly differ in their views about consequences?
3. In what way is O'Keefe similar to Dangerfield?
4. Who is the last person in his Dublin experience that Dangerfield visits before leaving for London?
5. What news is assumed to be true about Clocklan?
6. At whose expense does Dangerfield live a better life in London?
7. Why does Dangerfield relent and go to the party Clocklan invited him to attend?
8. Why is Dangerfield so devastated by the terms of his father's will?
9. Why is Miss Frost so conflicted by having sex with Dangerfield?
10. What is Dangerfield's new plan to move to London and does he ask Miss Frost to go with him?
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