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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Elgin tell the narrator when the narrator is looking for Louise?
(a) Louise has run away.
(b) Louise does not want to see him again.
(c) Louise is in the hospital.
(d) Louise has died.
2. Which of the following is the narrator afraid of?
(a) Louise treating their relationship like an affair.
(b) Jacqueline hurting Louise and Elgin.
(c) Louise fearing a relationship with the narrator.
(d) Elgin finding out about Louise's affair with the narrator.
3. What bill does the narrator pay for a full year before moving?
(b) Apartment rent.
4. What does the narrator first notice that is odd about the cottage upon returning?
(a) All the lights are on.
(b) There is a note on the door.
(c) The bed is unmade.
(d) The refrigerator is full.
5. Which character is the symbol of mistrust in the novel?
(c) The narrator.
6. How does the narrator get back to London from the countryside?
7. What does Louise admit about her disorder?
(a) She denies having health conditions.
(b) She has no idea what Elgin is talking about.
(c) She does have a disorder and is waiting for test results.
(d) She is dying.
8. What is on the note that the narrator leaves for Louise?
(a) "I cannot get over you. Find me."
(b) The cottage's address.
(c) "I love you."
(d) The address of the narrator's work.
9. Why does the narrator decide to go back to the countryside after looking for Louise?
(a) The narrator's boss is willing to have an affair.
(b) Louise is probably dead.
(c) The narrator would rather be in aguish alone than rattle Louise's new life.
(d) The mistake is irreparable.
10. Who convinces the narrator to leave Louise?
(a) A co-worker.
11. What condition does Louise have?
(b) Brain tumor.
(d) Bipolar disorder.
12. What happens when the narrator becomes so obsessed with Louise?
(a) The narrator is arrested.
(b) The narrator forgets to pay rent.
(c) The narrator begins taking medications
(d) Work becomes impossible for the narrator.
13. Which of the following becomes most important to the narrator by the end of the novel?
(a) Helping others.
(d) Sexual tension.
14. Which of the following best describes the narrator's opinion of Elgin when he moves away?
(a) Elgin is a good-hearted person who is misunderstood.
(b) Elgin will do something Louise won't appreciate, but it will be for the best.
(c) Elgin is a vengeful person.
(d) Elgin wants the best for Louise.
15. Who does the narrator believe is waiting for him or her in the cottage upon returning?
(d) The narrator's boss.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following states does it seem that the narrator likes, becoming apparent after the narrator moves?
2. What location does the narrator call while looking for Louise and after returning from the countryside?
3. What can the reader infer about Elgin before the narrator moves?
4. What language does the narrator translate for work?
5. Who does trusts Elgin the least?
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