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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. Where does Lucy find herself near when she is praying in London?
(a) St. Paul's .
(b) Big Ben.
(c) Buckingham Palace.
(d) The Parliament Building.
2. When Graham is sitting with Lucy at the Prince's birthday dinner, who does he comment is a fine girl?
(a) Madame Beck.
3. How does Mr. Home respond to the news that Lucy is a teacher?
(a) He does not address it at all.
(b) He proclaims her a good example.
(c) He is embarrassed for her.
(d) He is rude .
4. Lucy is Protestant and makes comments to the students that Madame Beck does not agree with. Why does she not agree with Lucy's Protestant comments?
(a) Madame Beck just doesn't like Lucy.
(b) Madame Beck is Catholic.
(c) Lucy is not a good Protestant.
(d) Madame Beck does not believe in religion.
5. Lucy returns to the school after her time with the Brettons. Who does she see watching her through the window as she is crying?
(b) Dr. Graham.
(c) Madame Beck.
(d) M. Paul.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do M. Paul's college students feel about him?
2. How does Lucy view Paulina now that she is older?
3. Dysirye, Madame Beck's eldest daughter, is...
4. What happens to Fifine to cause the doctor to have to be called?
5. What is the name of Dr. John's home?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 16, how does Mrs. Bretton react to seeing her goddaughter again?
2. How does Lucy seem to feel about her vocation being made known to the Bassompierre's?
3. What advice does the priest give Lucy in Chapter 15?
4. How does Lucy view Isidore?
5. How does Paulina act when Mr. Home returns to the Bretton's in the beginning of the novel?
6. Describe Paulina and Graham's relationship at the beginning of the book.
7. Why does M. Paul disapprove of Lucy looking at the Cleopatra?
8. How is Lucy's voyage to France?
9. How does Lucy feel about to returning to La Rue Fossette after her illness?
10. Describe Miss Marchmont.
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