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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 Pauline go back to the States?
(a) To visit her ill mother.
(b) To put in a plug for Ernest's new book.
(c) Ernest asks her to do so.
(d) To receive medical treatment.
2. What did Ernest frequently contemplate?
(b) Leaving Hadley.
(c) Taking his family back to Toronto.
(d) Making sure Pauline stayed away from him.
3. Why does Ernest go to New York?
(a) To visit his ill mother.
(b) To visit his ill father.
(c) To give a pitch for his book in person.
(d) To interview other possible publishing companies.
4. What does the author say remained in Ernest?
(a) A desire to reconcile with Hadley.
(b) Sorrow for Bumby.
(c) Love for Hadley.
(d) A sadness.
5. Where do the Hemingways go for a nightcap?
(a) A nightclub frequented by young people.
(b) Gertrude Stein's home.
(c) Zelda's best friend's house.
(d) The Fitzgerald home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ernest think of Zelda?
2. With whom does Hadley spend a lot of time in Paris?
3. What news does Ernest receive while on vacation that elates him?
4. Where does Ernest meet Pauline by chance one day?
5. Where do Hadley and Pauline often bicycle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Hadley's birthing of their son.
2. What does Pauline suggest about The Torrents of Spring and how does Hadley feel about the suggestion?
3. What happens when Hadley goes to visit Kitty at Kitty's apartment?
4. Summarize Ernest's future with women.
5. How does Ernest meet F. Scott Fitzgerald and what does Ernest think of Zelda?
6. What deal did Hadley offer Ernest?
7. Why is Zelda jealous and what does she think of Ernest?
8. Describe the confrontation between Ernest and Hadley about Pauline.
9. What job did Ezra get Ernest and how did Ernest feel about the editor-in-chief?
10. Where do Ernest, Hadley, and Bumby go and how was the trip?
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