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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Elgin's religion?
(a) He is Protestant.
(b) He is an atheist.
(c) He is Jewish.
(d) He is Catholic.

2. According to Louise, who has said "I love you" to many people?
(a) Jacqueline.
(b) Elgin.
(c) Louise.
(d) The narrator.

3. Why can't Elgin practice traditional medicine?
(a) He is unhygienic.
(b) He lacks compassion.
(c) He lacks knowledge.
(d) Poor bedside manner.

4. Which of the following did Inge actively object to?
(a) Married women.
(b) The destruction of classic buildings.
(c) Feminism.
(d) Harming those who got in her way.

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

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

7. Where does Louise invite the narrator to go together alone?
(a) A restaurant.
(b) The movie theather.
(c) A museum.
(d) The opera.

8. Which of the following best describes Inge?
(a) A pacificst.
(b) A republican.
(c) A democrat.
(d) A terrorist.

9. What is Louise's last name?
(a) Roseburg.
(b) Roscoe.
(c) Rosperg.
(d) Rosenthal.

10. According to the narrator, why do married women have affairs?
(a) Men are not able to please women.
(b) Relationships become boring.
(c) Women are forced into marriage.
(d) Long-term relationships are no longer possible.

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

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

13. What does the narrator tell Jacqueline that prompts a problem?
(a) That the narrator is having an affair with Elgin.
(b) That the narrator simply doesn't love Jacqueline anymore.
(c) The truth about the narrator's relationship with Louise.
(d) That the narrator is going back to Bathsheba.

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

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

Short Answer Questions

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

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

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

4. What does Jacqueline provide most for the narrator?

5. Whose belongings does Jacqueline destroy?

(see the answer keys)

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