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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What part of art troubled Inge?
(a) The portrayal of animals and humans together.
(b) The portrayal of the female figure.
(c) The portrayal of mother nature.
(d) The portrayal of children.
2. What does Elgin ask Louise after he learns the truth?
(a) If she will move away with him.
(b) If she will have a child with him.
(c) If she will divorce him.
(d) If she will move out of the house.
3. Which of the following best describes Inge?
(a) A republican.
(b) A pacificst.
(c) A terrorist.
(d) A democrat.
4. How does the narrator describe having an affair?
(d) Vital to society.
5. What is Jacqueline's relationship with Louise?
(a) They are enemies.
(b) They are friends.
(c) They are co-workers.
(d) They are lovers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character is foreshadowed to be the "villain"?
2. When is Louise ready to hear that the narrator loves her?
3. Which of the following types of literary devices are present in the novel?
4. How did Elgin's mother die?
5. What does the narrator compare his or her affair with Louise to?
Short Essay Questions
1. After Jacqueline attacks Louise, what prediction can the reader make for the way the relationship will progress between the narrator and Louise?
2. According to the narrator, why do married women have affairs?
3. Why doesn't the narrator leave Jacqueline for Louise?
4. What is the significance behind not knowing the name and gender of the narrator?
5. Why is Louise still with Elgin despite his quirks?
6. Was Jacqueline's ignorance about the narrator's affair good or bad?
7. What foreshadowing is present in this story?
8. How does the narrator want Louise to treat their relationship?
9. According to the narrator, why wouldn't Jacqueline appreciate an affair?
10. Do you think that Jacqueline's character will play a larger role in the novel? Why or why not?
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