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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Fanny fear being accused of if the truth about the Prince and Charlotte's former relationship comes out?
2. What does the Prince realize at the dinner party at Mr. Verver's house?
(a) That Maggie is still thought of as Mr. Verver's daughter, not the Prince's wife.
(b) That Maggie is happiest when she is with her father.
(c) That Charlotte has no interest in her husband.
(d) That Charlotte is resentful of Maggie's relationship with Mr. Verver.
3. How does Maggie think the Prince looks when she goes to tell him about Charlotte's request?
4. What does Maggie think her father may want to do before leaving for America?
(a) Run some errands in town.
(b) Take her out to dinner alone.
(c) Take Charlotte on a shopping spree.
(d) Take his grandson to the zoo.
5. How does Mr. Verver describe himself, Charlotte, the Prince, and Maggie as a group?
(a) As reclusive.
(b) As open-minded.
(c) As unconventional.
(d) As selfish.
6. What does the Prince note while he is speaking to Fanny in Book Third Chapter 7?
(a) That Fanny has lied to him for the first time.
(b) That Charlotte is avoiding making eye contact with him.
(c) That Maggie has been telling Fanny lies.
(d) That Fanny looks angry.
7. What does the Prince think about the party in Chapter 8 of Book Third?
(a) He is bored by it.
(b) He is offended by the company there.
(c) He enjoys it.
(d) He finds the party food delicious.
8. What does Charlotte imply will never happen between she and Mr. Verver?
(a) They will never get divorced.
(b) They will never have children.
(c) They will never be happy.
(d) They will never move back to America.
9. What does the Prince think Mr. Verver and Maggie would have thought of the party in Chapter 8 of Book Third?
(a) That they would have been annoyed by the company.
(b) That they would not have enjoyed it.
(c) That they would have had a good time.
(d) That they would have known people were gossiping about them.
10. Where does Maggie set the golden bowl so that her husband will see it?
(a) On the dining table.
(b) On the Prince's pillow.
(c) In the china cabinet.
(d) On the mantle.
11. Who destroys the golden bowl in Book Fourth Chapter 9?
(b) The Prince.
12. What does Fanny notice going on at Charlotte's home in Book Third Chapter 6?
(a) The Prince goes there daily.
(b) Charlotte is never there and Maggie always is.
(c) Maggie is not welcome there.
(d) The household is no longer well kept.
13. What does Charlotte request of Maggie and the Prince in Book Sixth, Chapter 2?
(a) For them to stay with her at the Fawns for a while.
(b) For them have tea with her.
(c) For them to visit her in America at Christmas.
(d) For them to name their next child after Mr. Verver.
14. Why did the shop keeper come to Maggie's house as explained in Book Fourth Chapter 10?
(a) To deliver a catalogue to Maggie.
(b) To tell Maggie about the bowl's flaw.
(c) To return Maggie's handbag which she had left at the shop.
(d) To deliver the bowl.
15. In Chapter 5 of Book Third, what does Charlotte say she will tell her husband about how she spent her day?
(a) That she has been with her mother.
(b) That she has been shopping.
(c) That she has been with the Prince.
(d) That she has been strolling alone in the park.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Charlotte described as being led by her husband by in Book Fifth Chapter 4?
2. What does Maggie decide to do to surprise the Prince on the day he is to return from Matcham?
3. In Chapter 9 of Book Third, the Prince mulls over the relationship between Mr. Blint and which woman?
4. What is the Prince reminded of as he speaks to Charlotte in Chapter 9 of Book Third?
5. In Book Fourth Chapter 4, what does Maggie believe the Prince is purposely doing?
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