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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In her telling of the Angelfield story, what does Vida Winter begin to do that she has not done before?
(a) Winter insists that her housekeeper, Judith, also be present in the room.
(b) Winter silently weeps after the telling of the story.
(c) Winter continually strokes the strange burn mark on her hand.
(d) Winter has used the pronoun "I."
2. To whom will Margaret give the long biographical document about Ms. Winters?
(b) The Missus' daughter.
(c) Tom and Emma, Ambrose's grandchildren.
3. What incredible revelation does Margaret realize about the children at Angelfield?
(a) Isabelle died in childbirth.
(b) There are three children, not two.
(c) Hester is really the twins' mother.
(d) John-the-dig is really the twin's father.
4. Margaret returns to Vida Winter's house on:
(a) Early in the morning as it is growing light on the moors.
(b) A lovely, July morning.
(c) Just as the family is opening Christmas presents.
(d) A cold December evening in a snow storm.
5. Ambrose Proctor and Adeline often:
(a) Smoke and drink tea together in the kitchen.
(b) Ride horses on the moors near the estate.
(c) Work together in the topiary garden.
(d) Swim together in the lake on the estate.
6. Which picture of Angelfield catches the attention of Vida Winter?
(a) The field of flowers near the pond.
(b) The small boy in a raincoat.
(c) The topiary garden.
(d) The greenhouse at the back of the house.
7. What is troubling to Margaret as she visits Angelfield a second time?
(a) She is wondering if she will meet Aurelius and fall in love.
(b) She thinks she senses someone in the fog that surrounds her.
(c) She hears violin playing in the dark.
(d) She keeps wishing she could meet her twin.
8. How does Margaret help Vida Winter after the telling of these painful memories?
(a) She sings to her when her physical pain is severe.
(b) She helps her decide to find a new doctor.
(c) She finds Hester.
(d) She holds her and comforts her in the pain of the memory.
9. What is in the envelope that Margaret reads while looking down the hill to Angelfield?
(a) A letter from Hester.
(b) Vida Winters thirteenth tale.
(c) A check for twenty thousand dollars to publish the biography.
(d) A letter from her own twin.
10. The weather on the night that Ms. Winters died was:
(a) Calm; finally spring seemed to arrive.
(b) Foggy; Margaret tried to see out, but couldn't.
(c) Continuous snow.
(d) Hard rain with thunder and lightning.
11. Where is Margaret when Emmeline's strange and undecipherable words become clear to her?
(a) In the library with Winter.
(b) In the moonlit garden.
(c) Taking a bath.
(d) At the edge of the lake.
12. On Margaret's birthday, she goes :
(a) To the moors, in the rain.
(b) To Angelfield, for dinner with Aurelius.
(c) On a boat ride on the lake.
(d) Back home, for a reunion with her parents.
13. Typically, Margaret's childhood birthdays were marked by:
(a) Special meals prepared by her mother.
(b) Secret presents from her father and silence.
(c) Large birthday parties with friends.
(d) Excursions around London, and a picnic.
14. Who set the fire at Angelfield?
(a) A village child.
(d) The Missus.
15. Who is found dead at the base of a ladder in the garden?
(a) The doctor.
(c) The new boy, Proctor.
(d) John-the dig's nephew.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Margaret meet near Angelfield when she returns a third time?
2. Who does John-the-Dig teach about trimming the topiary garden?
3. What ultimately happens to Ms. Winter's house?
4. Who does Margaret see in the garden when she wanders there in the middle of the night?
5. What color is the tent that Margaret sees at Angelfield?
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