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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 does Clayton's mother bring to Whitney in Chapter 42?
2. In Chapter 34, what do the servants refuse to allow Whitney to do on orders from Clayton?
3. Who is Stephen?
4. Where does Whitney go to meet Clayton in Chapter 29?
5. What kind of party are Whitney and Clayton to attend in Chapter 34?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 21, why doesn't Paul want to elope with Whitney?
2. How does Stephen suggest Whitney can have some time alone with Clayton when she visits Claymore?
3. What does Clayton's mother bring to Whitney after her son is born?
4. What are the circumstances of Whitney's labor?
5. How does Whitney feel about telling Clayton she is pregnant in Chapter 34?
6. How does Clayton's mother feel about his engagement to Whitney?
7. How does Clayton treat Whitney after finding her letter to an unnamed man?
8. What does Clayton assume when he finds the letter Whitney had written in which she claimed to be pregnant?
9. Following the end of her relationship with Paul, how does Whitney attempt to fix her mistakes?
10. How does Whitney react when she sees Clayton at Elizabeth's wedding?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the recurring motif of money and title in the novel "Whitney, My Love." How is money and title viewed by the characters of the novel? How do money and title affect the plot of the novel, as well as the lives of Whitney and Clayton?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the author of the novel, Judith McNaught. Is she a respected novelist? What has she achieved throughout her career? What types of novels does she write? Are there similarities between "Whitney, My Love" and her other novels?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the importance of family and friends in the novel "Whitney, My Love." How do family and friends help Whitney and Clayton find true love with one another? Would Whitney and Clayton have had a happy ending if their family and friends had not intervened? Why or why not?
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