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Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Clayton discover about Whitney's father in Chapter 7?
(a) He is dying.
(b) He is not Whitney's real father.
(c) He is in financial trouble.
(d) He is a cruel and corrupt man.
2. How does Whitney feel when she is forced to dance with Clayton?
3. What does Terese's brother assume about Whitney?
(a) That she is innocent and sweet.
(b) That she is a silly country girl with no style.
(c) That she is a young and foolish girl with no common sense.
(d) That she is a gold digger out to seduce him into marriage.
4. What does Clayton have his lawyer write up?
(a) A land deed.
(b) A will.
(c) A betrothal contract.
(d) A business proposal.
5. How does Paul show his affection for Whitney in Chapter 13?
(a) He invites her to a ball.
(b) He visits her almost every day.
(c) He picks flowers for her.
(d) He sends her notes.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 20, to which event does Clayton invite Whitney?
2. What is the story that Whitney tells Clayton about?
3. What does Clayton do to Whitney on the balcony in Chapter 11?
4. What does Nicolas promise Whitney in Chapter 8?
5. What does Whitney wake determined to do in Chapter 17?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 14, what does Martin warn Clayton about?
2. In Chapter 12, what does Paul tell Whitney the day after the picnic?
3. Where does Whitney go at the end of Chapter 2, and what does she vow to accomplish while there?
4. What happens when Whitney provides Clayton with a horse called Dangerous Crossing to ride?
5. What changes does Whitney notice at her father's house in Chapter 9?
6. How does Whitney react to the room that the Gilberts have arranged for her?
7. How does Nicolas feel about Whitney?
8. In Chapter 20, what item does Margaret ask Clayton about, and what does this require Clayton to later explain to Whitney?
9. What does the letter from Emily say in Chapter 5?
10. Describe Whitney at the opening of the novel.
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