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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long is Adeline ill before she can leave her room and join her friends?
2. To whom does the man who kidnapped Adeline say she was given to be raised?
3. Where does Louis say he must go in order to see La Luc in Chapter 19?
4. What does Adeline do until she falls asleep in Chapter 15?
5. What instrument does Amand hear Adeline play one day?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Du Bosse explain in his testimony?
2. What is the plan that the Marquis proposes to La Motte in Chapter 15?
3. What does La Luc tell Adeline when she is recovered from her illness? What is Adeline troubled by in Chapter 17?
4. What happens when La Motte enters Adeline's room to murder her?
5. What does La Motte tell the Marquis after Adeline leaves in Chapter 15? What does the Marquis do to La Motte?
6. What does the valet give to the Marquis? How does the Marquis react to the item?
7. Who does Adeline find out she is related to in Chapter 24? What does this person bring to Adeline?
8. Why did the Marquis kill his brother? How did the Marquis figure out who Adeline really was?
9. What does La Luc tell Verneuil is proof of how much he likes him?
10. What does the judge decide after hearing Du Bosse's testimony?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss Radcliffe's inclusion of criminal elements in the novel "The Romance of the Forest." What are some examples of criminal activity in the novel? How do these examples affect the tone of the scene? Are these examples necessary?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze and interpret the secondary characters of the novel. Who are they and what are their defining character traits? How are they related to the main characters? What are their roles in the novel?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the struggles faced by Adeline throughout the novel. What struggles does she face? How does she overcome them?
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