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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. How does Alyx describe her relationship with Raine when she lies?
(a) She describes it as something that can easily be forgotten.
(b) She describes it as the only thing keeping her alive.
(c) She describes it as exciting and volatile.
(d) She describes their relationship as a passing fancy.
2. What is the name of the village where Alyx lives at the beginning of the novel?
3. When Alyx insists this fact at the beginning of Chapter 11, what does Raine do?
(a) Raine faints.
(b) Raine refuses to believe her.
(c) Raine decides to leave her and the camp.
(d) Raine tells her he believes her.
4. How does Alyx feel when she learns she will be a servant to Raine?
5. Why does Alyx not hear three large men approach her on her way to practice?
(a) Alyx is deaf in one ear.
(b) Alyx is engrossed in her singing.
(c) The three men are very quiet.
(d) There is a loud band playing nearby.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Alyx think of Raine's physical appearance?
2. What does Alyx contemplate doing to prevent any danger coming to Raine?
3. In what way does Alyx help Raine at the camp?
4. What does Raine admit to Alyx in Chapter 9?
5. Who does Raine ask for while in a deep sleep?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Raine feel betrayed by Alyx at the fair?
2. What do Joss, Rosamund, and Alyx do while Raine battles his injuries?
3. What does Blanche tell Alyx about Joss's past?
4. What news does Alyx learn of the Montgomerys?
5. What happens when Alyx arrives at the monastery after a two-hour long journey?
6. What does Alyx do to Joss while sitting around the fire, and why does she do this?
7. What does Alyx notice in the moments before her execution?
8. What happens in November, and how does it affect Alyx?
9. Is the end of the novel a happy ending?
10. Why does Roger Chatworth visit the camp?
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