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

Multiple Choice Questions

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

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

3. 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.

4. How does Elgin feel about Louise finding sexual fulfillment elsewhere?
(a) He loathes the idea.
(b) He understands it.
(c) He is disgusted by Louise.
(d) He is completely comfortable with it.

5. Which character is foreshadowed to be the "villain"?
(a) Louise.
(b) Elgin.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Jacqueline.

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

7. Where does the narrator work?
(a) Library.
(b) School.
(c) Zoo.
(d) Church.

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

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

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

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

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

13. What does Elgin ask Louise after he learns the truth?
(a) If she will move away with him.
(b) If she will move out of the house.
(c) If she will divorce him.
(d) If she will have a child with him.

14. Which of the following is a theme in the novel?
(a) Angry ex-lovers.
(b) Lost relationships.
(c) The past is always hurtful.
(d) Loving somebody you can't have.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. After fighting with Jacqueline, what does the narrator do?

2. Who does Jacqueline attack?

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

4. Which of the following best describes the narrator's sexual relationship with Jacqueline?

5. How did Elgin's mother die?

(see the answer keys)

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