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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. When M. Paul asks Lucy to write down his stories, what excuse does she offer for not being able to?
2. Why does Madame Beck ask Lucy to go to Madame Walravens?
3. Who seems to have her eye on M. Paul as a potential husband?
4. Why does M. Paul tell Lucy that people think that she is dangerous for him?
5. M. Paul is leaving Europe to go where?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Ginevra's uncle respond to her elopement?
2. Why did M. Paul drive Madame Panache out of La Rue Fossette?
3. In Chapter 31, Lucy is trying to create a plan to gain more independence, what is her plan?
4. Why does Madame Beck send Lucy on the errand to Madame Walravens?
5. When Lucy sees M. Paul arrive at the fete night with Justine Marie, what does she think?
6. Why is Lucy hesitant to let M. Paul in as a close friend?
7. How does Lucy feel about Paulina and Graham's relationship?
8. How does M. Paul respond to Lucy's jealousy about Justine Marie?
9. How does M. Paul respond to Lucy breaking his glasses?
10. How does Lucy feel about Pire Silas when she is first interacting with him?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Symbolism is a common occurrence in the story. Please explain the idea of symbolism and explain what a symbol is. Explain why a symbol may be seen negatively by one group or individual and positively by another group or individual. Choose one example from the story and explain how this example displays symbolism.
Essay Topic 2
M. Paul seems to bring out facets of Lucy's personality that others cannot and that Lucy was not aware that she had or could have. Give three examples of this scenario and describe what M. Paul does to bring these character traits out in Lucy. Why might he be able to bring these character traits out in Lucy?
Essay Topic 3
Lucy has significant relationships with both Paulina and Ginevra in the story. The reader can see, in the latter part of the novel, Lucy comparing the characters of Paulina and Ginevra to one another, and declaring one of them a better person than the other. Please compare and contrast Paulina and Ginevra's characters, give examples from the book, then explain which character you like more and why.
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