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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. In Chapter 1 where did Henry's dream take place?
(b) New England
2. Who are some of Henry's friends who attended the play?
(a) Hammond, Littlefield and Philip Smith
(b) Minny, Constance and Hammond
(c) Paul, Peter and Eric
(d) Sargent, Gosse and Philip Burne-Jones
3. What did Hammond look like?
(a) He was tall with brown eyes without a mustache or beard
(b) He was medium height with green eyes and a mustache
(c) He was short with brown eyes and a beard
(d) He was tall and blond with blue eyes
4. What did Henry base the story he wrote at the end of Chapter 4 on?
(a) Oscar Wilde's trial
(b) Oscar Wilde's wife and children
(c) his friends, Sturges and Gosse
(d) a couple like the Symondses and their beloved son
5. Where was Henry's play held?
(a) Price Albert's Theatre
(b) Covent Gardens
(c) the Haymarket
(d) St. James Theatre
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the adjective one of the Wolseleys' guests used over and over again in discussing the characters in Henry's novels and in George Eliot's novels.
2. What does Lady Wolseley insinuate when assigning Hammond to serve Henry?
3. Who visits Henry in the first chapter?
4. What had Henry purchases before he left London?
5. Describe Alice, Henry's younger sister.
Short Essay Questions
1. With whom does Minny argue and about what?
2. Whom does Henry decide to visit after the failure of his play in London and why?
3. Who is Hammond?
4. What does Holmes talk about with Henry's brother, William, and not with Henry?
5. What scandal results in Oscar Wilde being brought to open trial?
6. Who is Mr. Webster and how does he interact with Henry?
7. What is the plot of the novel Henry writes at the end of Chapter 4?
8. What did Henry long for after observing the people at the ball?
9. Why was the success of his play so important to Henry?
10. Describe who visits him at eleven o'clock.
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