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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who ends up being at the cottage when the narrator returns from London?
(a) Bathsheba.
(b) Louise and Elgin.
(c) Louise and the narrator's boss.
(d) Jacqueline and Louise.

2. Where does the narrator get a job in the country?
(a) School.
(b) Library.
(c) Bar.
(d) Restaurant.

3. How does the narrator feel upon moving away?
(a) Content.
(b) Heartbroken.
(c) Angry.
(d) Vengeful.

4. Why is it significant that Louise and the narrator go on vacation?
(a) They build memories.
(b) They get married.
(c) They learn more about each other.
(d) They learn to truly appreciate each other.

5. At whose house do the narrator and Louise carry on an affair?
(a) Elgin's parent's.
(b) The narrator's ex-lover's.
(c) Jacqueline's.
(d) Elgin's.

6. While living in the countryside, who does the narrator try to contact about Louise's health?
(a) Louise.
(b) Elgin's father.
(c) Elgin.
(d) Jacqueline.

7. Whose mother does the narrator visit in search of Louise?
(a) The narrator's mother.
(b) Jacqueline's mother.
(c) Louise's mother.
(d) Elgin's mother.

8. What does the narrator hope that Elgin can do when he moves away?
(a) Take Louise somewhere she can be happy.
(b) Learn to show emotion for Louise.
(c) Cure Louise's cancer.
(d) Get Louise psychiatric help.

9. What does the narrator handcuff himself/herself to?
(a) A bookshelf.
(b) A desk.
(c) A chair.
(d) A co-worker.

10. Which of the following states does it seem that the narrator likes, becoming apparent after the narrator moves?
(a) Being on the road.
(b) Being heartbroken.
(c) Being in love.
(d) Being safe.

11. What condition does Louise have?
(a) Bipolar disorder.
(b) Bulimia.
(c) Brain tumor.
(d) Leukemia.

12. What must be damaged to free the narrator from handcuffs?
(a) Table.
(b) Chair.
(c) Desk.
(d) Axe.

13. 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 mistake is irreparable.
(d) The narrator's boss is willing to have an affair.

14. How does Louise grow throughout the novel?
(a) She realizes she doesn't need anybody else.
(b) She realizes she does need treatment.
(c) She realizes she loves the narrator.
(d) She realizes that it's more important to be with somebody who takes care of you than who loves you.

15. What does the narrator hope for Louise when he moves away?
(a) Romantic love with Elgin.
(b) A full life.
(c) Revenge.
(d) Good mental health.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Louise finally decide to leave Elgin?

2. Where does Elgin want Louise to go for treatment?

3. Who decided they had to be the one to walk away concerning Louise's illness?

4. What is on the note that the narrator leaves for Louise?

5. How does the narrator get back to London from the countryside?

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