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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. Why does Ernest insist upon going back to Paris?
(a) To get some of the copies of his works out of a safety deposit box.
(b) To file a complaint with the French rail administration.
(c) To look in the apartment to see if any of his work is still there.
(d) To hire a private investigator.
2. How often does Hadley receive a letter from Ernest?
(a) Once in several months.
(b) Sometimes 2-3 times a day.
(c) About once a month.
(d) Every week or two.
3. What is the first place where Ernest and Hadley live like?
4. What is Hadley's major objection to Ernest's assignment?
(a) His emotional state is too fragile for the work.
(b) He might get lonely and cheat on her.
(c) It is dangerous.
(d) It is so far away from where they are living.
5. Who is Agnes?
(a) Hadley's cousin.
(b) A nurse in Italy.
(c) Ernest's cousin.
(d) A nurse in England.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Hadley Richardson?
2. Where does Ernest say he might move?
3. What does Hadley tell another passenger about what she lost?
4. Where do Ernest and Hadley go for their honeymoon?
5. What does Ernest ask Hadley about Rome?
Short Essay Questions
1. What sort of emotional issues is Ernest having?
2. Why is Hadley in mourning and why does she think the party will help?
3. Describe the Hemingway's visit to the Pound's home.
4. What does Ernest write about his family?
5. Where is Ernest sent on Thanksgiving of 1922 and what does he want Hadley to do?
6. What does Hadley not mention to Fonnie upon Hadley's return to St. Louis and how does Fonnie learn about Hadley's secret?
7. What did Hadley and her sister Fonnie do in 1904?
8. Why did Hadley not want to go to the suffragette meeting with Fonnie?
9. What did the couple do in Switzerland?
10. How does Ernest have a brief affair and what does he think of concerning Hadley and the affair?
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