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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. What part of her new school does Lucy decide to dedicate to M. Paul while he is away?
2. Lucy tries to deliver a note to M. Paul during his class, and in the process breaks something of his. What does she break?
3. When Lucy returns to her room from the fete-night, what does she find sitting on her bed?
4. When Ginevra's husband leaves the army, where do they go?
5. How does Madame Walravens respond to Madame Beck's gift?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lucy feel about Pire Silas when she is first interacting with him?
2. How do others feel about M. Paul and Lucy's relationship in light of their differing religious views?
3. Lucy sees her friends the Brettons and de Bassompierre's at the fete-night and overhears their conversation. What is said and how does it make Lucy feel?
4. Why did M. Paul drive Madame Panache out of La Rue Fossette?
5. In Chapter 31, Lucy is trying to create a plan to gain more independence, what is her plan?
6. How does Lucy feel about Paulina and Graham's relationship?
7. Madame Beck tells Lucy she cannot marry M. Paul. Why does Lucy think Madame Beck is saying this?
8. Why does M. Paul have a study at the boys' college?
9. What explanation does Ginevra give Lucy about the nun?
10. What are three things that Lucy does in the three years M. Paul is gone?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Pick one chapter that you believe contains a pivotal moment in Lucy's life and could have changed the course of her story. Why do you feel this chapter was so crucial to Lucy's story? What other choices could she have made at that point? Would those choices have drastically changed the course of her story? Please use examples or quotes from the chapter you choose.
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
Religion is a theme seen throughout the novel. Explain the role that religion play in the following settings/relationships:
a) Between Lucy and her students.
b) In Lucy's relationship with M. Paul.
c) In how others in France (e.g., Pire Silas, Madame Beck) view Lucy.
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