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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 Lucy feel her first night in London?
(a) Curious and ready for adventure.
(c) Scared and overwhelmed.
(d) Happy and calm.
2. In Chapter Two, how does Paulina act when sitting with the "adults"?
(a) She is very talkative and childlike.
(b) She tries to act like an adult, too.
(c) She is bored and tries to leave.
(d) She wants to play with Lucy.
3. How does Lucy view Paulina when she first meets her?
(a) Doll-like and peculiar.
(b) Thoughtful and nice.
(c) Beautiful and friendly.
(d) Jovial and energetic.
4. What does Mr. Home's letter to Mrs. Bretton say?
(a) He just wanted to say hello to everyone.
(b) He is returning to England very soon.
(c) He would like Graham to travel with him .
(d) He would like Paulina to join him in France.
5. Dr. John speaks with Lucy about the notes that she found. Who does it seem the notes are for?
(b) Madame Beck.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Mr. Home's leaves, who becomes Paulina's new object of affection?
2. How do the parents seem to initially react when they hear that a doctor they do not know was called to look after their children?
3. Who does Miss de Bassompierre end up being?
4. Miss Marchmont mentions "Frank", who is Frank?
5. How does Paulina respond when Mr. Home's leaves in Chapter Three?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lucy come to be at La Terrasse?
2. What reason does Lucy give Paulina for why she is a teacher?
3. Describe Rosine.
4. Describe Paulina and Graham's relationship at the beginning of the book.
5. How does Lucy feel about Graham thinking that she is jealous of Ginevra?
6. How does Lucy view Isidore?
7. What advice does the priest give Lucy in Chapter 15?
8. How does the note in the casket describe Lucy?
9. In Chapter 16, how does Mrs. Bretton react to seeing her goddaughter again?
10. Why doesn't Lucy like the readings from the "Old Book"?
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