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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to the narrator, how many married women have affairs?
(a) Half of them.
(b) All of them.
(c) Less than 10 percent of them.
(d) A quarter of them.

2. According to the narrator, who would never appreciate an affair?
(a) Louise.
(b) Jacqueline.
(c) Bathsheba.
(d) Elgin.

3. Who did the narrator date immediately after Bathsheba?
(a) Inge.
(b) Bruno.
(c) Louise.
(d) Jacqueline.

4. Why is the narrator dating Jacqueline?
(a) The narrator wants to get revenge on Jacqueline.
(b) The narrator feels bad for her.
(c) The narrator loves her.
(d) The narrator wants to avoid getting hurt.

5. Which opinion of the narrator's has changed?
(a) Opinion about Jacqueline.
(b) Opinion about marriage.
(c) Opinion about compassion.
(d) Opinion about health conditions.

6. Which best describes the narrator's reliability?
(a) The narrator's judgement is affected by the past.
(b) The narrator is completely unreliable.
(c) The narrator is reliable.
(d) The narrator is not reliable, and he or she admits it.

7. According to the narrator, what is commitment?
(a) The here and now of a relationship.
(b) A lack of effort.
(c) A pact to remain with somebody forever.
(d) A conscious choice.

8. What is most significant about the narrator?
(a) The narrator is unlikeable.
(b) The reader doesn't know the gender or name of the narrator.
(c) The narrator has had many affairs.
(d) The reader doesn't understand the narrator's motives.

9. Which of the following literary devices most accurately describes Jacqueline's anger?
(a) Irony.
(b) Simile.
(c) Diction.
(d) Metaphor.

10. What suggests that the narrator's relationship with Louise will be different from previous relationships?
(a) Louise will not have a sexual relationship with the narrator.
(b) Louise and the narrator do not actually care for each other.
(c) Louise and the narrator do not live together.
(d) Louise won't let the narrator express love for her.

11. What type of art did Inge object to?
(a) Classic paintings.
(b) Collage.
(c) Poetry.
(d) Graphic design.

12. What explains Louise's easy affection for the narrator?
(a) Her relationship with herself.
(b) Her relationship with Jacqueline.
(c) Her relationship with Elgin.
(d) Her relationship with her father.

13. When the narrator reflects back on early days of his or her affair with Louise, what types of memories are they?
(a) Exciting.
(b) Disturbing.
(c) Happy.
(d) Dull.

14. Which of the following describes Elgin and Louise's marriage?
(a) They lack physical affection.
(b) They lack compassion for anybody except themselves.
(c) They don't spend any time together anymore.
(d) They lack internal affection.

15. What relationship does the reader fear the narrator will have with Louise?
(a) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Inge.
(b) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Jacqueline.
(c) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Bathsheba.
(d) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Frank.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the narrator, who would appreciate an affair?

2. What does the narrator compare his or her affair with Louise to?

3. What type of people was Frank raised by?

4. What did Elgin study when he finished going to school?

5. Where does the narrator work?

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