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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. What does Mary encounter on her way home?
(a) A car accident.
(b) A stray dog.
(c) A beautiful Persian cat.
(d) The violinist.
2. What does Mary wish she had done?
(a) Stayed home and packed to go to her mother.
(b) Called her sister and canceled the visit.
(c) Stayed home to think about marriage.
(d) Stayed home so she did not have to be cheerful.
3. What does Mary make clear to Rowley?
(a) Her divorce is not yet final.
(b) She is not interested in him.
(c) She is still grieving the death of her husband.
(d) He is an interesting man and she might go out with him.
4. What does Mary admit she came to feel?
(a) Nothing for Matthew.
(b) Despise for Matthew.
(c) Horrific anger at Matthew.
(d) Extreme pity for Matthew.
5. Why does Rowley propose to Mary?
(a) He is a little drunk.
(b) He needs a wife.
(c) He has loved her from afar for several years.
(d) He feels tender towards her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is generally in good humor?
2. Why does Mary think the tip she leaves will mean a great deal?
3. What does Karl point out to Mary as they are driving to her villa?
4. For what is the Princess known?
5. What is Mary doing at the opening of chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Rowley find the handgun in Mary's purse and how does that change the conversation?
2. How does Karl present himself?
3. Why is Mary conflicted about attending the party?
4. How does Mary meet Karl Richter?
5. What happens to distress Mary about Matthew?
6. How does Mary begin to respond to Matthew's drinking?
7. What does Mary point out about Rowley's reputation and what is his response?
8. What does Mary think about Edgar's job prospects?
9. How has Mary been spending her time lately and what bearing does that have to do with Mary being at the villa?
10. What does narration say of the villa in which Mary is staying?
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