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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 do Venetia and Damerel talk about in the garden in Chapter 6?
(a) Their fathers.
(b) Life in the village.
(d) Aubrey's travels.
2. What does Damerel scold Aubrey for in Chapter 4?
(a) Riding a horse.
(b) Going out in bad weather.
(c) Trespassing on his estate.
(d) Not using good judgment.
3. What is the name of Venetia's nurse?
(a) Mrs. Putney.
(b) Mrs. Portly.
(c) Mrs. Priddy.
(d) Mrs. Penny.
4. What is Clara Denny's opinion of Yardley?
(a) She thinks he is strange and disturbed.
(b) She thinks he is pushy and rude.
(c) She thinks he is clever and funny.
(d) She thinks he is handsome, but dimwitted.
5. Who is Sophie Rendlesham?
(a) The woman Lord Damerel ran off with.
(b) Venetia's neighbor.
(c) Damerel's head housekeeper.
(d) Venetia's aunt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Venetia note to Oswald about his father.
2. What does Yardley tell Venetia she must stop doing in Chapter 3?
3. Why does Venetia's elder brother leave home frequently?
4. What word describes Venetia's life so far?
5. How did Damerel feel after his affair with Lady Sophia?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Damerel tell Venetia about his relationship with Lady Sofia in Chapter 6?
2. Why is Venetia happy when she wakes in Chapter 5?
3. Before meeting him, what does Yardley decide he must let Damerel know? What ruins his intention?
4. How does Venetia feel about her deceased father?
5. Why does Venetia hesitate to go looking for Aubrey when he doesn't return home in Chapter 4?
6. In Chapter 7, what does Damerel reveal is the real reason he returned to the Priory?
7. How do Oswald and Yardley each view Damerel in relation to Venetia?
8. What did Mrs. Priddy once tell Venetia about her mother?
9. What does Venetia decide to do at the beginning of Chapter 2?
10. How does Oswald view Damerel's return?
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