1. When the narrator reflects back on early days of his or her affair with Louise, what types of memories are they?
2. What does the narrator compare his or her affair with Louise to?
(a) High school relationships.
(b) A couple in therapy.
(c) Other affairs the narrator has had.
(d) Other affairs Louise has had.
3. According to the narrator, why do married women have affairs?
(a) Women are forced into marriage.
(b) Long-term relationships are no longer possible.
(c) Men are not able to please women.
(d) Relationships become boring.
4. What is Louise's last name?
5. What did Bathsheba bring out most in the narrator?
(a) A sexual side.
(b) A philosophical side.
(c) A shy side.
(d) A bad side.
6. Which lover brought out the best in the narrator?
7. Which lover told the narrator that the past no longer existed in their love?
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