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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 is Elgin worried about after he learns the truth?
(a) Jacqueline hurting Louise.
(b) Louise leaving him.
(c) Louise falling in love with the narrator.
(d) The narrator moving in with them.
2. What is Elgin's religion?
(a) He is Protestant.
(b) He is Jewish.
(c) He is Catholic.
(d) He is an atheist.
3. How does Louise view Elgin?
(a) Purposely hurtful.
4. What suggests that the narrator's relationship with Louise will be different from previous relationships?
(a) Louise will not have a sexual relationship with the narrator.
(b) Louise and the narrator do not live together.
(c) Louise and the narrator do not actually care for each other.
(d) Louise won't let the narrator express love for her.
5. What did Jacqueline destroy in her apartment?
(a) Kitchen appliances.
(b) Ceiling tiles.
(d) Bathroom fixtures.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is most comparable to Jacqueline?
2. What is the narrator afraid of about revealing his or her relationship with Louise?
3. Why can't Elgin practice traditional medicine?
4. Where is Louise from?
5. Why is the narrator dating Jacqueline?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why can't Elgin work directly with patients?
2. What foreshadowing is present in this story?
3. Why did the narrator choose to stay with Jacqueline for a short while?
4. Why does Louise refuse the narrator's affection?
5. According to the narrator, why would Louise appreciate having an affair?
6. What is Elgin's reaction to Louise having an affair?
7. How does the narrator look back at affairs?
8. What has caused a rift between Louise and Elgin?
9. Do you think that Jacqueline's character will play a larger role in the novel? Why or why not?
10. Describe how the narrator changes from before meeting Louise to after breaking up with Jacqueline. What does this say about the narrator?
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