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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 many months are Clayton and Whitney married before she realizes she is pregnant?
(a) Four months.
(b) Six months.
(c) Five months.
(d) Eight months.
2. Where does Whitney go to meet Clayton in Chapter 29?
(b) Emily's house.
(d) Grand Oak.
3. Where does Clayton drag Whitney away to in his carriage?
(a) A hospital.
(c) Her father's house.
(d) An inn.
4. Who is Whitney introduced to at Claymore after the wedding?
(a) The house servants.
(b) Clayton's father.
(c) Her distant cousin.
(d) The King.
5. How does Whitney feel about Clayton's reaction to her when they run into each other?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Clayton and Whitney tour in Chapter 30?
2. What does Stephen tell stories about over dinner in Chapter 31?
3. How long does Whitney want to wait before she and Clayton marry?
4. What does Stephen falsely say the Westmorelands are famous for?
5. How many months early does Whitney go into labor?
Short Essay Questions
1. What worries Whitney when she is alone with Clayton in Chapters 30-32?
2. How does Stephen suggest Whitney can have some time alone with Clayton when she visits Claymore?
3. What does Whitney's father tell her about his contract with Clayton at her wedding?
4. In Chapter 21, why doesn't Paul want to elope with Whitney?
5. What does Whitney become determined to do when she hears two gossips talking about her at the party in Chapter 21?
6. In Chapter 26, how does Whitney deal with having been raped by Clayton?
7. What does Clayton assume when he finds the letter Whitney had written in which she claimed to be pregnant?
8. What ends Whitney's friendship with Nicolas DuVille?
9. What does the Earl of Langford have planned for his estate and titles upon his death?
10. How does Whitney feel about telling Clayton she is pregnant in Chapter 34?
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