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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Lucy see when she sneaks off at night to the Haute-Ville for the fete night celebration?
2. After their big farm breakfast, Lucy and M. Paul sit together under a tree. What is Lucy doing?
3. Lucy tries to deliver a note to M. Paul during his class, and in the process breaks something of his. What does she break?
4. What subject does M. Paul decide to teach Lucy himself?
5. What languages does M. Paul think Lucy secretly knows?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Lucy want to take the public examination?
2. Why is Zylie so interested in M. Paul?
3. What rumors has Lucy heard that may be the reason behind M. Paul's departure from Europe?
4. Lucy closes the book letting her readers know that M. Paul is expected in November and letting the reader know of the many storms that have claimed lives in the seas. What is one ending regarding Lucy and M. Paul the reader can infer?
5. When Lucy sees M. Paul arrive at the fete night with Justine Marie, what does she think?
6. What shift do we see in M. Paul and Lucy's relationship while they are in the country for breakfast?
7. How did M. Paul keep his promise to the students and teachers of La Rue Fossette?
8. What are three things that Lucy does in the three years M. Paul is gone?
9. How does Lucy feel about Paulina and Graham's relationship?
10. Why does M. Paul show Lucy's essay to his colleagues?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The theme of womanhood is prevalent throughout the novel with two main types of womanhood being illustrated through the characters of Paulina and Ginevra. Describe the different types womanhood that these characters represent by using examples from the book.
Essay Topic 2
The literary element of conflict is found throughout Lucy's story. Please define conflict as a literary function. Describe the following three types of conflict and give one example from the story for each of these types of conflict:
1) Man vs. man.
2) Man vs. self.
3) Man vs. society.
Essay Topic 3
The fear of being alone or forgotten seems to haunt Lucy. Give at least three examples of Lucy's fear of being alone and/or forgotten. How did this fear affect certain relationships that Lucy has? How does her fear affect her view of her life? Why do you think this fear exists for Lucy?
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