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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 Edgar ask Mary?
(a) For Mary to travel with him back to England.
(b) If she knows the woman Edgar plans to marry.
(c) To stay for a few days.
(d) To be his wife.
2. Why does Rowley propose to Mary?
(a) He needs a wife.
(b) He is a little drunk.
(c) He has loved her from afar for several years.
(d) He feels tender towards her.
3. What is Mary doing at the opening of chapter 2?
(a) Getting ready to go to the party.
(b) Talking with her mother on the phone.
(c) Digging in the rosebushes.
4. Who is Nina?
(a) A neighbor.
(b) Mary's sister.
(c) Mary's servant woman.
(d) Mary's mother.
5. Where does Rowley suggest Mary and he go that night?
(a) For a ride in the country.
(b) To a late-night cafe for coffee alone.
(c) To her villa.
(d) To his motel room.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mary say she would give Rowley if she could?
2. Why does the Princess ask for the dismissal of the violinist?
3. What does Karl say he would like to do that night?
4. How did Mary feel about Matthew?
5. What does Mary admit she came to feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Karl present himself?
2. What does Mary say about why she marries Matthew Panton?
3. Why is Mary conflicted about attending the party?
4. Why does the Princess choose the restaurant they are at for the party and how is she disappointed?
5. How has Mary been spending her time lately and what bearing does that have to do with Mary being at the villa?
6. What is Mary's response to Rowley's questions about Edgar and how does Rowley respond?
7. What does Mary point out about Rowley's reputation and what is his response?
8. What is paradoxical about the Princess's personality?
9. What does Mary think of the Princess' comments on marriage to Edgar?
10. What does the Colonel think of Edgar's prospects in his career?
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