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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. When do Hadley and Bumby sail for the States?
(a) Spring, 1927.
(b) Summer, 1926.
(c) Summer, 1929.
(d) Fall, 1930.
2. What is the Hemingways' son's name?
(a) Jack Ernest Hemingway.
(b) Joseph Hadley Hemingway.
(c) John Hadley Hemingway.
(d) Richard Hadley Hemingway.
3. Whom does Hadley marry?
(a) Her high school sweetheart.
(b) Steven Mowrerey.
(c) She never marries.
(d) Paul Mowrer.
4. What did Hadley think the publication of The Torrents of Spring would do?
(a) Destroy Ernest's relationship with Sherwood Anderson.
(b) Earn enough money for a live-in nanny.
(c) Enable Hadley to study painting with a master.
(d) Earn them enough to move to a larger place.
5. To whom does it seem Ernest is paying much attention at a gathering?
(a) Kitty Cannell.
(b) Kate Smith.
(c) Lady Twysden.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pauline encourage Hadley to do?
2. Hadley makes a deal with Ernest that she will give him a divorce if he still wants Pauline after sending her away for ______________.
3. Where do Ernest and Hadley decide to go for Christmas?
4. Where do Ernest and Hadley move?
5. What makes Hadley realize she could not continue to live as she has been living?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens that makes Hadley realize she had to do something about her life?
2. Describe the confrontation between Ernest and Hadley about Pauline.
3. Where do Ernest, Hadley, and Bumby go and how was the trip?
4. What evidence of success did Ernest have?
5. How does Ernest meet F. Scott Fitzgerald and what does Ernest think of Zelda?
6. What does Ernest write Hadley from Madrid, and why does Ernest hate to be alone?
7. Why is Zelda jealous and what does she think of Ernest?
8. How does Hadley feel about Pauline visiting them in Austria?
9. Who is Cayetano Ordonez and what does he do that involves Hadley after a bull fight?
10. Summarize Ernest's future with women.
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