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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 Lyon tell Neely about the firm and their relationship with her.
(a) We are not the Neely O'Hara firm.
(b) We are not a one-woman office.
(c) We are not your keepers.
(d) We are not your babysitters.
2. How does Anne describe her victory over Neely?
3. In the end, what does Ted do when Neely confronts him while he is with another person?
(a) Leaves her.
(b) Tells her she has taking too many sleeping pills, she is dreaming, and she should go back to bed.
(c) Apologizes to her.
(d) Hits her.
4. What is the occupation of Jennifer's new man?
(c) Police Chief.
5. What does Jennifer do to avoid going to Hollywood?
(a) Takes so many "dolls" she has to have her stomach pumped.
(b) Gains weight so her body will not look good anymore.
(c) Runs away to Maria in Spain.
(d) Quits making movies.
Short Answer Questions
1. What emotion best describes how Kevin feels about this visitor from Anne's past?
2. Where does Jennifer go to get the sleep cure in order to lose weight?
3. Who does Neely sing with at the psychiatric hospital?
4. How long is the visitor expected to be in NYC?
5. What does Henry hope for Jennifer while she is in France?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Jennifer so smitten with Senator Winston Adams?
2. Why does Henry say that the press is not covering Neely's affair with Lyon very hard?
3. How does Henry take the news that Anne will be leaving him to become the Gillian girl?
4. How does Lyon react when he finds out Jennifer Burke has been born?
5. Why does Neely return from Hollywood after only three weeks of shooting?
6. How does Lyon find out that Anne lent him the money in secret?
7. How does winning the Academy Award change Neely's life?
8. Why does Jennifer go to Switzerland?
9. What does Anne say about not marrying Lyon Burke and being changed when Henry asks her about it at lunch?
10. Describe Jennifer and Claude's relationship.
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