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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 21, for what reason do others suppose that Walter is pale?
(a) They don't notice anything different in his appearance.
(b) They suspect he knows about Kitty's affair.
(c) The believe he has been working too hard.
(d) They believe his is dreadfully ill.
2. When Kitty is ill, how does Walter treat her?
(a) He leaves the house in fear of getting ill himself.
(b) He ignores her illness and treats her like normal.
(c) He is impatient with her.
(d) He attends to her every need very kindly.
3. In Chapter 5, upon returning to the sitting room, what does Kitty see?
(a) Charlie's misplaced hat.
(b) Charlie's empty brandy glass.
(c) Her lost cat.
(d) A note from Walter with a book.
4. Why does Kitty think that Walter will allow a divorce if he was to find out about the affair?
(a) He is having an affair of his own.
(b) He loves her and is a gentleman.
(c) He has grown tired of her.
(d) He is intimidated by Charlie's position.
5. After Kitty leaves her heated discussion with Charlie in Chapter 26, what is Charlie's first thought?
(a) He is worried his wife will find out and immediately phones her.
(b) He is happy with how they ended and congratulates himself.
(c) He is relieved and wants a brandy.
(d) He is angry at her accusations.
6. How does Mrs. Garstin persuade Mr. Garstin to do something he isn't inclined to do?
(a) She begs and pleads until he cannot resist her entreaties.
(b) She makes logical arguments to bring him around to her point-of-view.
(c) She gives him the silent treatment until he gives in.
(d) She nags him until he relents in exhaustion.
7. When Walter found out about Kitty and Charlie, why didn't he break into the room and fight Charlie?
(a) Walter says he was too proud to fight.
(b) Walter likes Charlie.
(c) He wasn't sure exactly at that time Charlie was with Kitty.
(d) He was afraid Charlie would beat him up.
8. During dinner, what compliment does Charlie pay Walter?
(a) He says Walter is extremely funny.
(b) He says Walter is a great reader.
(c) He says Walter is very conscientious about his work.
(d) He says Walter is an excellent bridge player.
9. When Kitty goes to tell Charlie of Walter's ultimatum, what surprises her about his appearance?
(a) He is very informally attired.
(b) He is dressed for a polo game.
(c) He is wearing spectacles.
(d) He is wearing a pin that his wife gave him.
10. Why doesn't Kitty like Charlie's wife's name?
(a) It is difficult to remember.
(b) She dislikes her own name and is jealous.
(c) It reminds her of her mother.
(d) She feels the name dates a person.
11. What determines Kitty's social position in Hong Kong?
(a) The size of her home.
(b) The connections of her family.
(c) Her husband's occupation.
(d) The type of attire she wears.
12. When Kitty catches Walter's glance through the course of the meal, what expression does she see in his eyes?
(a) Intense anger.
(b) Haughty conceit.
(c) Glazed indifference.
(d) Mortal sadness.
13. When Charlie and Kitty adjourn to the sitting room, what does he try to give her?
(a) A drink of brandy.
(b) A comforting shawl.
(c) A small photograph of himself.
(d) A love note.
14. What honor does Charlie suppose Walter will receive for volunteering in Mei-tan-fu?
(a) The purple heart.
(b) An advancement in his career.
(c) A title.
(d) The C.M.G.
15. Who took Kitty into dinner at Government House when they first arrived in Hong Kong?
(c) The Governor.
(d) A distinguished general.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old is Charlie?
2. After being startled in Chapter 1, what item does Charlie give Kitty?
3. Who does Kitty initially blame for her mistake in marriage?
4. What item does Charlie leave downstairs during his rendezvous with Kitty in Chapter 1?
5. What piece of furniture does Kitty sit on throughout her discussion with Charlie at the curio shop?
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