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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) Elgin's house.
(c) Louise's apartment.
(d) Louise's hospital.
2. Which of the following states does it seem that the narrator likes, becoming apparent after the narrator moves?
(a) Being in love.
(b) Being safe.
(c) Being on the road.
(d) Being heartbroken.
3. When the narrator returns to the country, how does he or she get from the train station to the cottage?
(a) Taxi cab.
4. Which of the following types of love is a theme in the novel?
(a) Love without location.
(b) Love without pain.
(c) Love without commitment.
(d) Love without gender.
5. Why does Louise finally decide to leave Elgin?
(a) He physically abuses her.
(b) She thinks it's the best decision for everybody.
(c) She can't stand to be with him one more night.
(d) He mentally beats her down.
6. While living in the countryside, who does the narrator try to contact about Louise's health?
(d) Elgin's father.
7. At whose house do the narrator and Louise carry on an affair?
(b) Elgin's parent's.
(c) The narrator's ex-lover's.
8. Upon moving, why does the narrator begin studying?
(a) To know what Louise is going through.
(b) To reveal Elgin as a fraud.
(c) To begin working on translations again.
(d) To tell Louise's story.
9. 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.
10. After how many weeks searching for Louise does the narrator decide to go back to the country?
11. Who ends up being at the cottage when the narrator returns from London?
(a) Louise and the narrator's boss.
(c) Jacqueline and Louise.
(d) Louise and Elgin.
12. Which of the following describes the time Louise and the narrator lived together?
(d) Intense fury.
13. What type of feelings does the narrator's boss have for the narrator?
14. Why does the narrator try to distance himself/herself from his/her boss?
(a) The narrator is not interested in having an affair with her.
(b) The narrator is scared of having feelings for anybody else.
(c) The narrator has been having an affair with somebody else.
(d) The narrator hates her.
15. What type of animal does the narrator adopt?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the narrator's boss most similar to?
2. What is on the note that the narrator leaves for Louise?
3. How does Louise grow throughout the novel?
4. What does Louise say about seeking treatment?
5. Where do Louise and the narrator go together on vacation?
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