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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For how long does Bernard stay where he travels in Section 7?
(a) One week.
(b) One month.
(c) Ten days.
(d) Twenty days.
2. Who is most deeply affected by the significant news in Section 5?
3. What significant fact do we learn about Susan's life in Section 6?
(a) That she has a baby.
(b) That she had an affair with Percival.
(c) That she is in love with Louis.
(d) That she is dying.
4. What is most notable about Jinny's Section 6 monologue?
(a) She does not mention any of the other characters.
(b) She does not mention the children she has.
(c) She speaks solely about herself and Percival.
(d) She speaks in iambic pentameter.
5. What time is it when Bernard begins his last monologue of Section 8?
(a) Very late at night.
(b) Nearly bed-time.
(c) Very early in the morning.
6. In Section 7, how does the poem which Louis muses on begin?
(a) "The rain set early in to-night . . ."
(b) "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan . . ."
(c) "O western wind . . ."
(d) "One must have a mind of winter . . ."
7. In Section 8, what happens between Rhoda and Louis?
(a) They fight in private.
(b) They agree to get married.
(c) They do not speak to each other.
(d) They talk and rectify their past differences.
8. Where are the characters gathering in Section 8?
(a) Louis' home in Surrey.
(b) A cafe in London.
(c) A restaurant in Hampton Court.
(d) Neville's home in Liverpool.
9. What does Bernard seem to be struggling to do during his final monologue of Section 8?
10. Who "gape[s] like a young bird, unsatisfied, for something that has escaped me" in Section 8?
11. According to Section 7, what does Jinny resign herself to being in regards to the rest of her life?
12. What do we learn from the end of Louis's major monologue in Section 6?
(a) That he and Neville have begun an affair.
(b) That he is having an affair with Jinny.
(c) That he has moved in with Susan.
(d) That he is having an affair with Rhoda.
13. Which of the characters recognizes themselves as the group's strongest member in Section 5?
14. What kind of insect does Woolf describe in the elaborate simile at the beginning of Section 7?
(a) A dragonfly.
(b) An ant.
(c) A beetle.
(d) A moth.
15. When Neville hears the significant news in Section 5, to what does he compare it?
(a) The kiss between Jinny and Louis.
(b) The loss of a family member.
(c) The end of his life.
(d) Waking from a dream.
Short Answer Questions
1. What phrase does Susan use to describe her position in life as it is in Section 7?
2. In Section 8, what prevents the characters from relaxing around each other?
3. How does Jinny characterize her social life as it is in Section 6?
4. What does Rhoda offer to Percival in Section 5?
5. As the reader encounters him in Section 7, toward whom does Neville express some resentment or jealousy?
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