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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the narrator view Elgin's attempts to get the narrator to move away?
(a) Elgin's pure love.
(b) Elgin's hatred.
(c) Elgin's selfishness.
(d) The best in Elgin's nature.
2. What type of feelings does the narrator's boss have for the narrator?
3. What actually causes Elgin to show emotion?
(a) The narrator's love for Louise.
(b) The death of his father.
(c) Louise's affair.
(d) Louise's diagnosis.
4. While living in the countryside, who does the narrator try to contact about Louise's health?
(b) Elgin's father.
5. Why did Elgin end up sending the narrator away?
(a) To get revenge.
(b) To hurt Louise physically.
(c) To have another chance with Louise.
(d) To make sure the narrator was being true to Louise.
6. Where did the narrator find the animal he or she adopts?
(a) Animal shelter.
(b) Vet's office.
(d) Inside the home when he or she moved in.
7. Who does the narrator find the most love with?
(c) The narrator's boss.
8. How does Elgin grow throughout the novel?
(a) He realizes that his own happiness often relies too much on love.
(b) He realizes that he needs to let Louise be happy.
(c) He realizes that love prevails.
(d) He does not grow.
9. Whose mother does the narrator visit in search of Louise?
(a) The narrator's mother.
(b) Louise's mother.
(c) Elgin's mother.
(d) Jacqueline's mother.
10. Who decided they had to be the one to walk away concerning Louise's illness?
(c) The narrator.
11. Which ex-lover seems to effect the narrator the most?
12. Why is it significant that Louise and the narrator go on vacation?
(a) They build memories.
(b) They learn more about each other.
(c) They get married.
(d) They learn to truly appreciate each other.
13. What does the reader learn about the narrator over the course of the novel?
(a) The narrator would like to get revenge on Elgin.
(b) The memory the narrator reveals is a happy one.
(c) The narrator is once again having an affair.
(d) The narrator doesn't actually love Louise.
14. Which of the following best describes the narrator's ultimate goal?
(a) For Elgin to make Louise happy.
(b) For Louise to be healthy and safe.
(c) For Louise to pursue her dreams.
(d) To find fulfillment in work.
15. How does Louise grow throughout the novel?
(a) She realizes she loves the narrator.
(b) She realizes she doesn't need anybody else.
(c) She realizes that it's more important to be with somebody who takes care of you than who loves you.
(d) She realizes she does need treatment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What must be damaged to free the narrator from handcuffs?
2. Which of the following proves that Louise has deep love for the narrator?
3. How long do Louise and the narrator live together?
4. What does the narrator handcuff himself/herself to?
5. What does Elgin get tired of hearing?
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