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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Jinny characterize her social life as it is in Section 6?
(a) No longer important to her.
(b) Constant, but boring.
(c) Constant and vibrant.
(d) Altogether absent.
2. What do we learn from the end of Louis's major monologue in Section 6?
(a) That he is having an affair with Jinny.
(b) That he and Neville have begun an affair.
(c) That he has moved in with Susan.
(d) That he is having an affair with Rhoda.
3. What are the characters doing as their monologues progress in Section 8?
(a) Going to Percival's grave.
(b) Riding to Elvedon together.
(c) They are still in the restaurant, eating.
(d) Walking together through the streets.
4. Who is most deeply affected by the significant news in Section 5?
5. On what street is Rhoda walking when the reader encounters her in Section 5?
(a) Oxford Street.
(b) Strawberry Hill.
(c) Hampton Court.
(d) Comstock Hill.
6. At one point in Section 6, Jinny says she is being "flung up, and flung down, like . . ." what?
(a) The waves.
(b) A ship in the sea.
(c) A ragdoll.
(d) A ball being played with.
7. In Section 7, where is Louis's new house?
8. What is most notable about Jinny's Section 6 monologue?
(a) She does not mention any of the other characters.
(b) She speaks solely about herself and Percival.
(c) She does not mention the children she has.
(d) She speaks in iambic pentameter.
9. What is Susan doing when she begins her Section 7 monologue?
(a) Walking with her son in the garden.
(b) Alone in her room at Elvedon.
(c) Speaking with Bernard.
(d) Playing with her daughters.
10. Which speaker follows Susan in Section 7?
11. What about her life is Jinny bemoaning when she begins her monologue in Section 7?
(a) That she cannot bear children.
(b) That she cannot find a husband.
(c) That she has aged.
(d) That she has grown fat.
12. What significant fact do we learn about Susan's life in Section 6?
(a) That she had an affair with Percival.
(b) That she has a baby.
(c) That she is dying.
(d) That she is in love with Louis.
13. What significant fact do we learn about Louis's love-life in the course of his major Section 7 monologue?
(a) He is a homosexual.
(b) He and Rhoda are married.
(c) He has struck up an affair with Jinny.
(d) Rhoda has left him.
14. In Section 8, what happens between Rhoda and Louis?
(a) They agree to get married.
(b) They fight in private.
(c) They talk and rectify their past differences.
(d) They do not speak to each other.
15. In Section 7, how does the poem which Louis muses on begin?
(a) "O western wind . . ."
(b) "The rain set early in to-night . . ."
(c) "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan . . ."
(d) "One must have a mind of winter . . ."
Short Answer Questions
1. In Section 6, Who remarks, "Percival has died . . . Life passes."?
2. For how long does Bernard stay where he travels in Section 7?
3. What is the dominant feature of the monologues during the middle of Section 8?
4. Which of the characters appears most able to move on from the significant news in Section 5?
5. Who is the next speaker in Section 7?
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