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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 make Karl?
(a) A drink.
(b) French toast and eggs.
(c) Bacon and eggs.
2. Where is the party Mary is attending that night to be held?
(a) In a converted opera house.
(b) A restaurant on the banks of the Arno river.
(c) At Princess San Ferdinando's home.
(d) In open pavilions on the estate of a Baron Mary does not know.
3. Why couldn't Mary end the marriage?
(a) Matthew was so dependent on her.
(b) She thought he would change eventually.
(c) She was embarrassed.
(d) She was paid by Matthew's parents to stay.
4. In what century is the Tuscan villa built?
5. Why is Mary Panton at the villa?
(a) To oversee its remodeling.
(b) To meet with her husband who has been conducting business nearby.
(c) For recuperation from emotional trauma.
(d) To visit her sister and her husband who rent the villa.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rowley say about his reputation?
2. Who owns the villa?
3. What does Mary think about on the way to the party?
4. What is Rowley's parting shot at Mary?
5. What does Mary say when the Princess points out what a good catch Edgar would be?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Mary been spending her time lately and what bearing does that have to do with Mary being at the villa?
2. How does Mary meet Karl Richter?
3. How does Mary begin to respond to Matthew's drinking?
4. How does Edgar bring up the subject of marriage to Mary?
5. What does narration say of the villa in which Mary is staying?
6. How does Rowley find the handgun in Mary's purse and how does that change the conversation?
7. What is passed around at the end of the party and what does Mary do?
8. How long has Mary known Edgar and what was Mary's mother's opinion of the man?
9. How does Mary end up driving Rowley to his hotel and what happens?
10. What does Mary think of the Princess' comments on marriage to Edgar?
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