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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. While Pierre and Dubuche are in the studio, what does Claude almost do?
(a) declare his painting finished.
(b) throw them out.
(c) destroy his painting.
(d) commit suicide.
2. How does Claude behave around Christine?
(a) he is forward.
(b) he is awkward.
(c) he is comfortable.
(d) he is agitated.
3. Who now has a mansion near Claude's and Christine's cottage?
(a) Irma Bécot.
(b) Pierre Sandoz.
(d) the Margaillan family.
4. Besides Jory, who else is vying for the attention of Mathilde?
(a) Chaîne and Mahoudeau.
(b) Bongrand and Hugo.
(c) Ganière and Dubuche.
(d) Pierre and Dubuche.
5. What gift does Christine send Claude just before his opening in the Salon des Refusés?
(a) a bouquet of white lilacs.
(b) a book of poetry.
(c) a pie she baked.
(d) a lock of her hair.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the young woman want to sleep?
2. Although frequently inspired by what he sees in the country, how does Claude react?
3. After renewing his association with Sandoz, what is Claude incessantly talking about?
4. What does Claude do the next morning as the young woman sleeps?
5. Where does Claude want to exhibit his painting?
Short Essay Questions
1. After returning to Paris, what indicates that Claude is taking Christine for granted and no longer has a romantic love for her?
2. How does the foreshadowed tragedy come to pass?
3. How is the decision made to return to Paris?
4. How have things changed for Fagerolles?
5. Explain how Sandoz maintains his artistic integrity with his novels.
6. Describe Claude's continuing struggle to be accepted by the art circles in Paris.
7. Describe the attraction Jory has developed for Mathilde.
8. What happens when Sandoz takes Claude back to visit the country where he once lived?
9. How does Fagerolles manage to get Claude's painting of the Dead Child included in the Salon proper?
10. Explain the result of Claude's and Christine's visit to the country.
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