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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. According to Karen on page 153, why does David take such an interest in her?
(a) Because of his love for Mr. Kingsley.
(b) Because of his admiration for her talent.
(c) Because of his love of the performing arts.
(d) Because of their connection to the past.

2. Where did Sarah attend college, as Karen explains on page 148?
(a) Brown.
(b) Wesleyan.
(c) Vassar.
(d) Yale.

3. According to Karen on page 197, how does she refuse to act around Martin?
(a) Like a talented actor.
(b) Like a broken woman.
(c) Like a sore loser.
(d) Like a lovesick teen.

4. Where did David attend college, as Karen explains on page 149?
(a) Northwestern.
(b) Duke.
(c) Harvard.
(d) Princeton.

5. Who supported Karen when the English girls were angry with her?
(a) David.
(b) Martin.
(c) Liam.
(d) Mr. Kingsley.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Karen on page 138, what did Sarah do when her mother forbade her from going to England?

2. On page 133, what does Karen think about the name assigned to her?

3. What does Sarah announce upon arriving at the final rehearsal for Martin's play?

4. According to Karen at the start of the second section of the novel, she has spent a lot of time after graduating from CAPA engaged in what?

5. According to Karen on page 139, what point does Sarah's book omit?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the "Brotherhood" Karen discusses on page 150? For what is this brotherhood responsible, in Karen's opinion?

2. How does David feel about the accusations against Martin, as revealed on page 193?

3. How does Karen surprise David during auditions for Martin's play? What is the result?

4. According to Karen on page 201, how does David feel about Sarah's book? How does Karen herself feel about it? What information does Karen not tell Sarah?

5. What does Karen do on the opening night of Martin's play? Why does she do this?

6. What information does Karen learn from the article, as revealed on page 165-166?

7. What information does Karen reveal about her relationship with Martin when she was a teenager?

8. What information does David reveal to Karen on page 156? How does David feel about his information?

9. Who sends Karen flowers on the opening night of Martin's play? What effect does this gift have on her?

10. How has David changed, both physically and emotionally, following his graduation from high school, as Karen explains on page 154?

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