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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. Where is the Prince staying in Chapter 7?
(a) At a friend's house.
(b) At a hotel.
(c) At the villa estate.
(d) At Tancredi and Angelica's house.
2. How is Pirrone greeted when he visits his hometown?
(a) Some people are not happy to see him, but most are.
(d) Some people are happy to see him, but most are not.
3. How does the Prince perceive his life as he dances with Angelica?
(a) Boring and disappointing.
(b) Disappointing, but not boring.
(c) Boring, but not disappointing.
(d) Exactly as he hoped it would be.
4. How do many people feel about Calogero, according to Ciccio?
(a) They like him.
(b) They dislike him.
(c) They fear him.
(d) They are amused by him.
5. How much time has passed between Chapter 4 and Chapter 5?
(a) Several months.
(b) A few days.
(c) Several days.
(d) A few months.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Angelica received at the ball?
2. How does Paolo die?
3. What painting does the Prince see in the library at the ball?
4. What surprises the priests as they walk into the Salina's chapel?
5. What did Donna Rosa do for the Salina sisters?
Short Essay Questions
1. What news does Tancredi have as he returns in Chapter 4?
2. What happens while the Prince is dancing with Angelica at the ball?
3. Why do Ciccio and the Prince disagree on the pending marriage?
4. What two symbols does the Prince encounter on his way home from the ball?
5. How does the tone of the book change in Chapter 8, Part 1?
6. What does Pirrone say about the Prince's way of life in his speech?
7. How are the three Salina sisters described in Chapter 8?
8. What is the overall opinion that the Prince has of his life during his final moments?
9. What is the Prince's state of mind at the ball in Chapter 6?
10. How has the Prince's view of Concetta changed as he approaches the end of his life?
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