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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What can the reader tell about the narrator's feelings about Jacqueline?
(a) The narrator despised Jacqueline and most women.
(b) The narrator wanted to be with Jacqueline forever.
(c) The narrator did not love Jacqueline.
(d) The narrator loved Jacqueline passionately.

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

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

4. What does the violence in the novel represent?
(a) Idealism.
(b) Postmodernism.
(c) Realism.
(d) Pessimism.

5. Which lover told the narrator that the past no longer existed in their love?
(a) Louise.
(b) Bathsheba.
(c) Jacqueline.
(d) Inge.

6. According to the narrator, what is the end of passion?
(a) Love.
(b) Children.
(c) Marriage.
(d) Old age.

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

8. 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 Jacqueline.
(c) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Inge.
(d) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Frank.

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

10. Who does Louise describe as being bad with people?
(a) Jacqueline.
(b) Elgin.
(c) Herself.
(d) The narrator.

11. After fighting with Jacqueline, what does the narrator do?
(a) Fights with a man outside.
(b) Visits an old lover.
(c) Calls Elgin on the phone.
(d) Wanders the streets.

12. How does the reader view the narrator's relationship with Jacqueline?
(a) The narrator is using Jacqueline.
(b) The narrator genuinely loves Jacqueline.
(c) Jacqueline is using the narrator.
(d) Jacqueline could not care less about her relationship with the narrator.

13. Which of the following best describes the narrator when he or she is in a relationship with Jacqueline?
(a) Excited.
(b) Lonely.
(c) Angry.
(d) Passionate.

14. Which of the following best describes the narrator's sexual relationship with Jacqueline?
(a) The narrator is passionate about Jacqueline.
(b) The narrator is not sexually attracted to Jacqueline.
(c) Jacqueline does not want to have sex with the narrator.
(d) The narrator does not believe in sexual attraction.

15. Which of the following best describes Elgin's parents?
(a) Spiteful.
(b) Absent.
(c) Traditional.
(d) Terrorists.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of the following describes Elgin and Louise's marriage?

2. Which opinion of the narrator's has changed?

3. How does Louise react to the narrator's act of violence?

4. What did Jacqueline destroy in her apartment?

5. Which of the following causes a rift between Elgin and his parents?

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