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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose Section 6 monologue features a musing on the passing of seasons?
2. For how long does Bernard stay where he travels in Section 7?
(a) Twenty days.
(b) One month.
(c) One week.
(d) Ten days.
3. What are the two dominant images of Section 8's introduction?
(a) The waves receding as the sun burns brighter.
(b) The nighttime sky and the calm waters.
(c) Both the waves and the sun are sinking in power.
(d) The sun sinking as the waves become the dominant image.
4. Who is Section 6's last speaker?
5. According to Section 7, what does Jinny resign herself to being in regards to the rest of her life?
6. On what street is Rhoda walking when the reader encounters her in Section 5?
(a) Strawberry Hill.
(b) Hampton Court.
(c) Oxford Street.
(d) Comstock Hill.
7. Which of the characters recognizes themselves as the group's strongest member in Section 5?
8. By the end of Section 6, what can we say for sure about Neville's feelings towards Percival?
(a) That he hated Percival.
(b) That he felt Percival unduely held a position of high-regard.
(c) That he was in love with Percival.
(d) That Percival confused him.
9. What does Rhoda offer to Percival in Section 5?
10. What is the dominant feature of the monologues during the middle of Section 8?
(a) Only Rhoda and Percival speak.
(b) Bernard speaks alone.
(c) There is constant interplay.
(d) Only Susan and Neville speak.
11. In Section 7, which two people does Susan name as those she "thinks sometimes of"?
(a) Percival and Rhoda.
(b) Bernard and Louis.
(c) Jinny and Rhoda.
(d) Neville and Percival.
12. What are the characters doing as their monologues progress in Section 8?
(a) Riding to Elvedon together.
(b) Going to Percival's grave.
(c) They are still in the restaurant, eating.
(d) Walking together through the streets.
13. In the beginning of Section 5, what state does Woolf describe the sun as being in?
(a) Its most uncompromising.
(b) Its most merciful.
(c) Its dullest.
(d) Nearly its brightest.
14. What kind of insect does Woolf describe in the elaborate simile at the beginning of Section 7?
(a) A beetle.
(b) A dragonfly.
(c) A moth.
(d) An ant.
15. In Section 6, Who remarks, "Percival has died . . . Life passes."?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Bernard travel towards the end of his major monologue in Section 5?
2. What separates Neville's monologue from the others in Section 6?
3. What significant fact do we learn about Louis's love-life in the course of his major Section 7 monologue?
4. Which speaker follows Susan in Section 7?
5. What should the reader infer that Rhoda is thinking about at the end of her Section 7 monologue?
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