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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. By what name will Rose one day be called?
(a) Rose Marie.
(b) Marie Antoinette.
(c) Josephine Bonaparte.
(d) Maria Louisa.
2. What is Rose surprised by upon awakening on September 7, 1782?
(a) Alexandre has been murdered.
(b) Alexandre has left in the night with Laure.
(c) Alexandre drowned at sea.
(d) Alexandre has been arrested.
3. What does Rose ask Mimi to get for Catherine while she is dying?
(b) The priest.
(c) A voodoo cure.
(d) A bible.
4. What news does Alexandre have for Rose when he returns to Paris in July of 1782?
(a) He wants a divorce.
(b) He has broken off his extra-marital affair.
(c) He has decided that they should have another child.
(d) He has lost all their money.
5. For what position has Alexandre applied in September of 1782?
(a) Governor of Martinique.
(b) Mayor of Paris.
(c) Deputy Marshall of Paris.
(d) Aide-de-camp to the governor of Martinique.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why are Rose and her father asked to leave their hotel?
2. Why will Claire not allow Manette to go to Paris?
3. Who names Rose's daughter?
4. What does Desiree's letter to Joseph state in 'Mademoiselle'?
5. What does Rose's mother give to Rose prior to her punishment in 'Mademoiselle'?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Alexandre insult Rose in a letter in 'Vicomtese'?
2. Who is the son of the Marquis and why is he so intent on marrying?
3. How is it evident that Rose is homesick?
4. What news does Rose's Uncle Tascher bring one day in 'Mademoiselle'?
5. Describe Rose's family.
6. What does Rose learn from a fortune teller in 'Mademoiselle'?
7. How do Rose and Alexandre perceive each other on their first meeting?
8. What is Alexandre's position on his affair with Laure?
9. Who is Rose's first child?
10. What fortune does Rose's sister, Catherine, receive from the fortune teller?
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