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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 1: Chapters 10-14.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the result of Sir Phillip's injuries?
(a) An allergic reaction triggered by pollen.
(b) The damage is too severe, and he eventually dies.
(c) An infection quicky spreads. He slips into a coma and dies.
(d) A broken neck commits him to bed for recovery.
2. After Mademoiselle Duphot's arrival, Stephen is intrigued by what pastime hobby?
(a) French cooking.
3. After Sir Phillip purchases his "lavish" expense, how does Stephen respond to such consumerism?
(a) Stephen is indifferent to Sir Phillip's purchase.
(b) Stephen becomes bitter that Sir Phillip loves things more than her.
(c) Stephen takes great interest in Sir Phillip's purchase as well.
(d) Stephen complains to Lady Anna that Sir Phillip will bankrupt thier family with his behavior.
4. Rumors begin to spread among the Gordon family and the surrounding community concerning Stephen's unusual behavior. What is the result on Stephen's life after such accusations?
(a) A renewed interest in connecting with others.
(b) Deep resentment toward her family and others. Avoidance at all costs.
(c) A path of self-exploration.
(d) A spiral of depression and confusion.
5. Where does Stephen see Collins and a male servant kiss?
(a) Under a bridge.
(b) In the broom closet.
(c) In the garden shed.
(d) Behind a tree.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Stephen sit with in the living room while waiting to hear the report on Sir Phillip's injuries?
2. How many children does Colonel Antrim have?
3. Around age seventeen, Stephen is introduced to her mother's social scene. What is Lady Anna determined to find for her daughter?
4. Much to the chagrin of the head groom Williams, Sir Phillip purchases what luxury?
5. What characteristic traits can best describe Stephen's tutor, Mademoiselle Duphot, as their relationship develops?
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