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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does the narrator describe having an affair?
(a) Vital to society.
(b) Easy.
(c) Romantic.
(d) Exciting.

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

3. How does Louise react to the narrator's act of violence?
(a) She is hurt.
(b) She is scared.
(c) She is angry.
(d) She is excited.

4. How does the reader perceive Jacqueline's anger?
(a) It is understandable.
(b) It is overstated.
(c) It is too intense.
(d) It is understated.

5. Which of the following causes a rift between Elgin and his parents?
(a) Elgin married a woman who is not Jewish.
(b) Elgin married a Jewish woman.
(c) Elgin did not have children with his wife.
(d) Elgin did not become a doctor.

6. What type of people was Frank raised by?
(a) Dancers.
(b) Midgets.
(c) Librarians.
(d) Australians.

7. After fighting with Jacqueline, who does the narrator go to?
(a) Louise.
(b) Bathsheba.
(c) Inge.
(d) Elgin.

8. Which of the following does the narrator most likely feel about infidelity?
(a) Infidelity is only okay for the narrator and his or her lovers.
(b) Infidelity makes the narrator angry but the narrator enjoys being devious.
(c) Infidelity is acceptable.
(d) Infidelity is immoral.

9. How does Elgin feel about Louise?
(a) He loves her.
(b) He wants to be with her even if he also has to be with the narrator.
(c) He does not have any feelings for her.
(d) He is ashamed of her.

10. What is the relationship between Louise and Elgin?
(a) They are married.
(b) They are related.
(c) They are friends.
(d) They are dating.

11. When did the narrator's relationship with Jacqueline stop expanding?
(a) When they had a child.
(b) When they moved in together.
(c) When they got married.
(d) When they met each other's parents.

12. Why does the narrator tell so many women that he or she loves them?
(a) The narrator genuinely loved them.
(b) The narrator enjoys deceit.
(c) It is easy for the narrator.
(d) The narrator loves all women.

13. How does Louise view Elgin?
(a) Cold.
(b) Purposely hurtful.
(c) Compassionate.
(d) Romantic.

14. How does the narrator feel about one day marrying Louise?
(a) The narrator does not believe in any marriage.
(b) The narrator wants to marry Louise.
(c) The narrator thinks Louise has more to benefit from marriage than the narrator does.
(d) The narrator fears marrying Louise.

15. How does the narrator believe Louise feels about Elgin?
(a) Louise is in danger being with Elgin.
(b) Louise has affection for him.
(c) Louise feels passionately about him.
(d) Louise hates him.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the narrator, why do married women have affairs?

2. Who tells Elgin about Louise's affair with the narrator?

3. What is Jacqueline's relationship with Louise?

4. Which of the following literary devices most accurately describes Jacqueline's anger?

5. What is the narrator afraid of about revealing his or her relationship with Louise?

(see the answer keys)

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