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A STEP BEYOND

TESTS AND ANSWERS

TEST 1

_____ 1. The Crocodile Book is

A. David's childhood storybook
B. a legal record at Doctors' Commons
C. Uriah Heep's secret account book

_____ 2. Mr. Mell is a school teacher

I. at Salem House
II. at Dr. Strong's
III. in Australia

A. I only
B. I and II only
C. I and III only

_____ 3. Tommy Traddles is always doodling

A. snakes
B. skeletons
C. locks and keys


_____ 4. Ten-year-old David walks from London to Dover because

A. he's following the Micawbers
B. his money was stolen from him
C. there's a storm brewing

_____ 5. Mr. Wickfield's "one motive" is

A. to send Jack Maldon abroad
B. to take care of Agnes
C. to expose Uriah Heep

_____ 6. Rosa Dartle's scar was caused by

A. young David biting her
B. the slip of a surgeon's knife
C. a hammer Steerforth threw at her

_____ 7. Two contrasting ideas of "firmness" are held by

A. Mr. Murdstone and Aunt Betsey
B. Miss Murdstone and Peggotty
C. Mr. Spenlow and Mr. Jorkins

_____ 8. As he gets older, Barkis

A. gets short of breath
B. becomes a miser
C. loses his power of speech

_____ 9. David's secret courtship of Dora is discovered when

A. Mr. Mills comes home early
B. Jip barks from the next room
C. Miss Murdstone finds his love letters

_____ 10. One happy partnership in this book is

A. Omer and Joram
B. Spenlow and Jorkins
C. Wickfield and Heep

11. Do you think David is the hero of this book? Why or why not?

12. Are the Micawbers a portrait of a happy family? Defend your answer.

13. Do you think Dickens identifies with David? Support your opinion.

14. Is David Copperfield a satirical novel? Discuss specific examples.

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