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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. Still angry with Whitney, what does Clayton consider doing in Chapter 35?
2. Where does Whitney leave Claymore to stay in Chapter 35?
3. Who comes to London and escorts Whitney to parties every night?
4. What kind of ring does Clayton give Whitney?
5. According to what she tells Emily, how does Whitney know Clayton is in London in Chapter 26?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Earl of Langford have planned for his estate and titles upon his death?
2. How does Whitney react when she sees Clayton at Elizabeth's wedding?
3. Following the end of her relationship with Paul, how does Whitney attempt to fix her mistakes?
4. How does Clayton treat Whitney after finding her letter to an unnamed man?
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 35, who is at the anniversary party that Whitney and Clayton attend that causes Whitney distress?
7. What does Clayton's mother bring to Whitney after her son is born?
8. Where does Clayton go after telling his lawyer to release Whitney from their betrothal?
9. What does Whitney write in a note to Clayton in Chapter 28?
10. In Chapter 26, how does Whitney deal with having been raped by Clayton?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the motif of jealousy in the novel "Whitney, My Love." What is Whitney jealous of? What is Clayton jealous of? What is Paul jealous of? What do these feelings tell the reader about the feelings of these characters?
Essay Topic 2
What are some romance novel archetypes in the novel "Whitney, My Love"? What type of hero is Clayton? What type of heroine is Whitney?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the motif of marriage in the novel "Whitney, My Love". Why is marriage so important to the characters of the novel? How is marriage portrayed in the novel?
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