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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. Where do Ernest and Hadley move?
(c) The United States.
2. What does the narrator say about Ernest's career at this point?
(b) The publishing of his book is a hugh turning point for Ernest.
(c) It is erratic but there is no reason to lose hope.
(d) It seems to be on the skids.
3. Why does Pauline come to Paris?
(a) For Vogue.
(b) For her brother.
(c) To accompany and chaperone her younger sister.
(d) To break into the fashion industry.
4. What does Pauline say about Ernest that upsets Hadley?
(a) He is in favor of moving to Arkansas.
(b) He is thinking about committing suicide.
(c) He wants a relationship with both of them.
(d) He plans to divorce Hadley to marry Pauline.
5. Who becomes the Hemingway's son's godmother?
(a) Gertrude Stein.
(b) Ezra Pound.
(c) Zelda Fitzgerald.
(d) Dorothy Pound.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Hadley and Pauline often bicycle?
2. What does Hadley and Bumby do when they arrive in New York?
3. Where do Dorothy and Ezra live most of the year?
4. What did Hadley think the publication of The Torrents of Spring would do?
5. Where does Ernest go when they return to Paris?
Short Essay Questions
1. What evidence of success did Ernest have?
2. What happens that makes Hadley realize she had to do something about her life?
3. What surprises Hadley about Ernest's new book and what is his explanation about it?
4. Describe Hadley's birthing of their son.
5. What happens when Hadley goes to visit Kitty at Kitty's apartment?
6. How did Pauline and Ernest begin an affair and how did Ernest feel about her and Hadley?
7. Why do Ernest and Hadley decide to return to Paris?
8. What job did Ezra get Ernest and how did Ernest feel about the editor-in-chief?
9. Why is Zelda jealous and what does she think of Ernest?
10. How does Ernest meet F. Scott Fitzgerald and what does Ernest think of Zelda?
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