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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jacqueline provide most for the narrator?
(a) An appearance put on for family and friends.
(c) Cleaning and cooking.
2. According to the narrator, who would never appreciate an affair?
3. How does the narrator feel about one day marrying Louise?
(a) The narrator fears marrying Louise.
(b) The narrator does not believe in any marriage.
(c) The narrator thinks Louise has more to benefit from marriage than the narrator does.
(d) The narrator wants to marry Louise.
4. How does the narrator view Jacqueline?
(b) Out of shape.
5. According to the narrator, why do married women have affairs?
(a) Relationships become boring.
(b) Men are not able to please women.
(c) Long-term relationships are no longer possible.
(d) Women are forced into marriage.
6. What suggests that the narrator's relationship with Louise will be different from previous relationships?
(a) Louise and the narrator do not live together.
(b) Louise will not have a sexual relationship with the narrator.
(c) Louise and the narrator do not actually care for each other.
(d) Louise won't let the narrator express love for her.
7. According to the narrator, what is commitment?
(a) The here and now of a relationship.
(b) A pact to remain with somebody forever.
(c) A lack of effort.
(d) A conscious choice.
8. After the narrator reveals the truth, what is Jacqueline's fate?
(a) She has been saved.
(b) She is homeless.
(c) She is guaranteed to find love elsewhere.
(d) She is now doomed.
9. What is Jacqueline's relationship with Louise?
(a) They are enemies.
(b) They are co-workers.
(c) They are friends.
(d) They are lovers.
10. How does Elgin feel about Louise?
(a) He loves her.
(b) He is ashamed of her.
(c) He does not have any feelings for her.
(d) He wants to be with her even if he also has to be with the narrator.
11. What can the reader tell about the narrator's feelings about Jacqueline?
(a) The narrator loved Jacqueline passionately.
(b) The narrator wanted to be with Jacqueline forever.
(c) The narrator despised Jacqueline and most women.
(d) The narrator did not love Jacqueline.
12. What is most significant about the narrator?
(a) The reader doesn't understand the narrator's motives.
(b) The reader doesn't know the gender or name of the narrator.
(c) The narrator is unlikeable.
(d) The narrator has had many affairs.
13. Which lover brought out the best in the narrator?
14. Why does the narrator tell so many women that he or she loves them?
(a) The narrator genuinely loved them.
(b) It is easy for the narrator.
(c) The narrator enjoys deceit.
(d) The narrator loves all women.
15. When the narrator reflects back on early days of his or her affair with Louise, what types of memories are they?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Louise describe as being bad with people?
2. What did Jacqueline destroy in her apartment?
3. What did Bathsheba once expose the narrator to?
4. What does the narrator tell Jacqueline that prompts a problem?
5. When the narrator goes on a first date with Louise, who is he or she supposed to spend the night with?
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