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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. What does Pauline encourage Hadley to do?
(a) Get a nanny for Bumby so she's have more time.
(b) Study painting.
(c) Take up the piano again.
(d) Write music.
2. How does Ernest behave on their vacation?
(a) Attentive and romantic.
(b) He kept to himself.
3. What proofs does Ernest review?
(a) For a small book of his stories and poems.
(b) For a book that Ezra Pound is publishing.
(c) For a book of family stories that his sister is publishing.
4. What does Ernest say when Hadley asks about a possible move?
(a) To try it for awhile to see if it works out.
(b) He has no intention of leaving their home in Paris.
(c) Pauline will not be invited along.
(d) He wants to move alone.
5. What annoys Ernest about Hadley's conversation?
(a) It interrupts his train of thought.
(b) It is trivial.
(c) It is often more insightful than his own.
(d) She is long winded.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who becomes the Hemingway's son's godmother?
2. What is Ernest doing more frequently?
3. How long did Hadlley's marriage last?
4. What does the narrator say about Ernest's career at this point?
5. What does Hadley figure out?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who begins to visit the Hemingways frequently and what does Ernest think of her?
2. What surprises Hadley about Ernest's new book and what is his explanation about it?
3. What did Hadley do with her son before settling into a home in the United States?
4. Where do Ernest, Hadley, and Bumby go and how was the trip?
5. Who is Cayetano Ordonez and what does he do that involves Hadley after a bull fight?
6. What evidence of success did Ernest have?
7. What deal did Hadley offer Ernest?
8. Describe the confrontation between Ernest and Hadley about Pauline.
9. Describe Hadley's birthing of their son.
10. Why do Ernest and Hadley decide to return to Paris?
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