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

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. What did Bathsheba once expose the narrator to?
(a) An illegal gambling ring.
(b) A group of violent men.
(c) A sexually transmitted disease.
(d) Drug culture.

3. How did Elgin's mother die?
(a) Complications after surgery.
(b) Cancer.
(c) Car accident.
(d) Gun injury.

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

5. How does the narrator view Jacqueline?
(a) Steady.
(b) Out of shape.
(c) Brilliant.
(d) Angry.

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

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

8. What does Louise refuse to accept from the narrator?
(a) Money.
(b) Expressions of affection.
(c) Friendship.
(d) Sexual advances.

9. When is Louise ready to hear that the narrator loves her?
(a) When Jacqueline knows about the relationship.
(b) When Louise has left Elgin.
(c) When the narrator means it.
(d) When they live toether.

10. Who tells Elgin about Louise's affair with the narrator?
(a) Louise.
(b) Elgin's father.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Jacqueline.

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

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

13. What is the narrator scared will happen if he or she reveals his or her true feelings to Louise?
(a) She will benefit from not knowing.
(b) She will become too eager.
(c) She will be scared away.
(d) She will fear the narrator.

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

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

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the narrator, who would never appreciate an affair?

2. Which of the following best describes Bruno?

3. What do vague elements in the story allow the reader to focus on?

4. After fighting with Jacqueline, who does the narrator go to?

5. What is Elgin's religion?

(see the answer keys)

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