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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which character is the symbol of mistrust in the novel?
(c) The narrator.
2. Which of the following types of love is a theme in the novel?
(a) Love without pain.
(b) Love without gender.
(c) Love without commitment.
(d) Love without location.
3. Which of the following becomes most important to the narrator by the end of the novel?
(a) Helping others.
(d) Sexual tension.
4. Why did Elgin end up sending the narrator away?
(a) To have another chance with Louise.
(b) To get revenge.
(c) To hurt Louise physically.
(d) To make sure the narrator was being true to Louise.
5. Who tells the narrator that he or she made a mistake in trusting Elgin?
(c) The narrator's boss.
(d) Elgin's father.
6. Where does the narrator go second in the search for Louise?
(a) Louise's apartment.
(b) Louise's hospital.
(c) Elgin's house.
(d) Elgin's research facility.
7. What actually causes Elgin to show emotion?
(a) Louise's affair.
(b) Louise's diagnosis.
(c) The death of his father.
(d) The narrator's love for Louise.
8. At whose house do the narrator and Louise carry on an affair?
(b) Elgin's parent's.
(d) The narrator's ex-lover's.
9. Where does the narrator go in an attempt to find comfort in the countryside?
(c) Group therapy.
10. Which of the following describes the time Louise and the narrator lived together?
(b) Intense fury.
11. When back in London, where does the narrator first go?
(a) Louise's hospital.
(b) Elgin's parent's house.
(c) The narrator's old apartment.
(d) Elgin's house.
12. Upon moving to the country, what does the narrator begin to study?
(a) Human body.
13. Who is the narrator's boss most similar to?
14. What can the reader infer about Elgin before the narrator moves?
(a) Elgin would like the narrator to die.
(b) Elgin loves Louise despite everything.
(c) Elgin wants to get revenge for the narrator's indiscretion.
(d) Elgin would like to kill Louise.
15. When the narrator and his or her boss share a bed, why doesn't anything sexual happen between them?
(a) The narrator is drunk.
(b) The narrator's boss is angry.
(c) The narrator is too emotional.
(d) The narrator's boss is drunk.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following shows how the narrator has grown from the beginning of the novel to the end?
2. Who promises to keep the narrator informed about Louise's condition?
3. What type of feelings does the narrator's boss have for the narrator?
4. Who does the narrator give the key to the handcuffs?
5. Which of the following describes the narrator's plan to find Louise?
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