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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. After fighting with Jacqueline, who does the narrator go to?
2. Which of the following types of literary devices are present in the novel?
(d) Iambic Pentameter.
3. Which of the following did Inge actively object to?
(a) The destruction of classic buildings.
(c) Married women.
(d) Harming those who got in her way.
4. Whose belongings does Jacqueline destroy?
(a) Her own.
(d) The narrator's.
5. Which of the following does the narrator most likely feel about infidelity?
(a) Infidelity makes the narrator angry but the narrator enjoys being devious.
(b) Infidelity is only okay for the narrator and his or her lovers.
(c) Infidelity is acceptable.
(d) Infidelity is immoral.
Short Answer Questions
1. Before learning the truth, what did Jacqueline think her relationship with the narrator was?
2. Which lover told the narrator that the past no longer existed in their love?
3. When the narrator goes on a first date with Louise, who is he or she supposed to spend the night with?
4. What does Louise refuse to accept from the narrator?
5. How does the narrator feel about one day marrying Louise?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to the narrator, why would Louise appreciate having an affair?
2. What is Gail's role in the novel?
3. How does the narrator justify his or her relationship with Louise?
4. What foreshadowing is present in this story?
5. Why isn't the narrator interested in Gail sexually?
6. Do you think that Jacqueline's character will play a larger role in the novel? Why or why not?
7. What is Bathsheba's lasting effect on the narrator?
8. What is Louise's effect on the narrator?
9. Describe the narrator's confrontation with Elgin.
10. How does Louise prove deep love for the narrator?
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