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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. Which of the following best describes Bruno?
2. What relationship does the reader fear the narrator will have with Louise?
(a) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Bathsheba.
(b) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Inge.
(c) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Frank.
(d) Similar to the narrator's relationship with Jacqueline.
3. Which of the following is a theme in the novel?
(b) Sexual frustration.
(c) Finding love with somebody you previously hated.
4. Which lover told the narrator that the past no longer existed in their love?
5. What is Jacqueline's relationship with Louise?
(a) They are friends.
(b) They are lovers.
(c) They are enemies.
(d) They are co-workers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which best describes the narrator's reliability?
2. Which character is the biggest representation of foreshadowing?
3. How does Elgin feel about Louise finding sexual fulfillment elsewhere?
4. What does the narrator consider unsatisfying when done alone?
5. What did Bathsheba bring out most in the narrator?
Short Essay Questions
1. Was Jacqueline's ignorance about the narrator's affair good or bad?
2. Is the narrator using Jacqueline? Why or why not?
3. How does the narrator want Louise to treat their relationship?
4. By the end of the narrator's relationship with Jacqueline, does he or she still believe that marriage is the end of passion?
5. How does the narrator justify his or her relationship with Louise?
6. What is Bathsheba's lasting effect on the narrator?
7. What is Jacqueline's reaction to finding out about the narrator's affair with Louise?
8. What is the narrator's initial impression of Louise?
9. Does it make sense for Jacqueline to attack Louise? Is it consistent with her character?
10. Why doesn't the narrator leave Jacqueline for Louise?
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