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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Hortensia and Marion reconcile?
(a) The Guest House.
(b) Agnes's apartment.
(c) The hospital cafeteria.
(d) The Koppie.
2. What event takes place at the beginning of Chapter Seventeen?
(a) Hortensia slapping Marion.
(b) Marion visiting Anges.
(c) Hortensia meeting Esme.
(d) The funeral for Beulah Gierdien's grandmother.
3. What does Marion suggest when she finds Dr. Mama and Hortensia together?
(a) Dr. Mama should work for Marion.
(b) They have breakfast together.
(c) The group should go out on the town.
(d) Hortensia and Dr. Mama should go on a date.
4. At the end of Chapter Fifteen, what does Marion admit to Hortensia?
(a) "I am a racist."
(b) "I'm not okay."
(c) "I love you."
(d) "I want to move out."
5. Why do Hortensia and Marion agree that being enemies was better than being friends?
(a) They are too alike to be friends.
(b) They are not compatible as roommates.
(c) It was easier to dislike each other.
(d) They have different lifestyles.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the library keep the “diverse” authors?
2. How does Marion feel when she witnesses Hortensia being kind?
3. Why did Agnes take the painting?
4. Marion views architecture as a way of doing what?
5. What did Marion witness happen to Alberta?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Marion feel to be staying in No. 10 Katterijn Avenue?
2. Why does Hortensia mock Marion’s attraction to Frikkie?
3. Why does Hortensia slap Marion?
4. What motivates Hortensia to contact Esme?
5. What does Agnes reveal about the painting?
6. Why does Hortensia say she does not want to “absolve” Marion?
7. Why is the fact that Hortensia had an abortion significant?
8. What does Marion removing the stain from Hortensia’s wall symbolize?
9. How does architecture tie into Marion’s racism?
10. How does Marion feel about the torture schematics she finds at the library?
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