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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. How old is Doris when she becomes engaged?
2. What honor does Charlie suppose Walter will receive for volunteering in Mei-tan-fu?
(a) The C.M.G.
(b) The purple heart.
(c) An advancement in his career.
(d) A title.
3. When Kitty and Charlie meet in Chapter 20, what does the room smell like?
(c) Furniture polish.
4. Before Walter specialized as a bacteriologist, what did he do for his vocation?
(a) He was an M.D. who did general work in a hospital.
(b) He was a professor of medicine.
(c) He was a translator who worked in a hospital.
(d) He was a researcher who specialized in soil properties.
5. Where does Walter propose to Kitty?
(a) In a restaurant.
(b) In her sitting room.
(c) At a social dance.
(d) The park.
Short Answer Questions
1. What reason does Charlie give for being unable to eat his meal?
2. Why doesn't Kitty like Charlie's wife's name?
3. What type of books does Walter like to read?
4. Why won't Walter join in singing with others at a party?
5. After Kitty appears so radiant (shortly after commencing her affair with Charlie), what do her friends assume?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Kitty tells Charlie about Walter's ultimatum, what is his response?
2. After Mother Superior agrees to let Kitty work in the convent, what advice does she give her?
3. Why does Dorothy want Kitty to come and stay with her and Charlie?
4. What pains does Charlie take to maintain his figure?
5. What one thing does Kitty desire to do for Walter?
6. How does Kitty describe her first impression of Sister St. Joseph?
7. After Walter's death, as Kitty contemplates her future how does she feel?
8. How does Kitty describe Mother Superior's appearance?
9. Why does Kitty feel her social position is lower in Hong Kong than it was at home in England?
10. How does her affair with Charlie affect Kitty's appearance?
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