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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does the narrator go second in the search for Louise?
(a) Elgin's research facility.
(b) Louise's hospital.
(c) Louise's apartment.
(d) Elgin's house.
2. Which of the following thoughts soothes the narrator while living in the countryside?
(a) Louise is happy.
(b) Louise is still alive.
(c) Louise still loves her.
(d) Louise and Elgin will be together.
3. What must be damaged to free the narrator from handcuffs?
4. Why does Louise finally decide to leave Elgin?
(a) He mentally beats her down.
(b) She can't stand to be with him one more night.
(c) He physically abuses her.
(d) She thinks it's the best decision for everybody.
5. Which character would be considered to be the most heroic in the novel?
(a) The narrator.
6. What location does the narrator call while looking for Louise and after returning from the countryside?
(a) A hospital in Amsterdam.
(b) A clinic in Switzerland.
(c) A cancer research facility in Paris.
(d) An apartment in New York.
7. What is the name of the narrator's boss?
8. Which of the following shows how the narrator has grown from the beginning of the novel to the end?
(a) The narrator realizes that safe harbor is better than danger.
(b) The narrator finds it easier to cope with loss.
(c) The narrator no longer has anger problems.
(d) The narrator no longer seeks affairs.
9. What does Louise decide to do after the vacation?
(a) Visit Jacqueline.
(b) Get married.
(c) Cause legal trouble for Elgin.
(d) Get a divorce.
10. Why does the narrator decide to go back to the countryside after looking for Louise?
(a) The narrator would rather be in aguish alone than rattle Louise's new life.
(b) Louise is probably dead.
(c) The narrator's boss is willing to have an affair.
(d) The mistake is irreparable.
11. What type of animal does the narrator adopt?
12. What is on the note that the narrator leaves for Louise?
(a) "I cannot get over you. Find me."
(b) The address of the narrator's work.
(c) The cottage's address.
(d) "I love you."
13. What language does the narrator translate for work?
14. Which of the following best describes the narrator's opinion of Elgin when he moves away?
(a) Elgin is a vengeful person.
(b) Elgin is a good-hearted person who is misunderstood.
(c) Elgin will do something Louise won't appreciate, but it will be for the best.
(d) Elgin wants the best for Louise.
15. Which character is the symbol of mistrust in the novel?
(c) The narrator.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator feel upon moving away?
2. What does the narrator's boss urge him or her to do?
3. Who does trusts Elgin the least?
4. Who tells the narrator that he or she made a mistake in trusting Elgin?
5. Why is it significant that Louise and the narrator go on vacation?
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