A Respectable Woman
What is Mrs. Baroda's impression of Gouvernail after meeting him for the first time?
She does not like him because he's tall, slim, and cynical.
She does not like him because he's unsociable.
She likes him because he's talkative and charming.
She likes him for some reason she can't explain.
How do you know this? Cite evidence from the text to support your response.
Which best describes Gouvernail's approach with Mrs. Baroda?
Gouvernail is polite but makes no effort to connect with her.
Gouvernail behaves rudely toward her to impress Gaston.
Gouvernail teases her, but only because he likes her.
Gouvernail goes out of his way to impress her.
Why do you believe this? Use the text in your response.
Which best describes Gouvernail's personality?
Governail enjoys nature and the simple things in life.
Governail is a youthful and ambitious artist.
Gouvernail suffered a painful loss and is trying to pick up the pieces.
Gouvernail thinks that money is the solution to all of life's problems.
Why do you think this? Cite the text in your answer.
Which figurative language technique is used in the following lines?
"The air that swept across the sugar field caressed him with its warm and scented velvety touch."
How do you figure? Explain your answer.
Which best describes Gaston's reaction to Mrs. Baroda's concerns about Governail?
He challenges Governail to a duel.
He becomes angry and viciously lashes out at her.
He laughs at her and discounts her feelings.
He listens empathetically and helps her feel better.
How do you know this? Cite the text in your response.
What does the reader learn about Mrs. Baroda when Governail opens up to her?
She is attracted to Governail.
She is afraid of Governail.
She is related to Governail.
She and Governail have a secret past.
Why do you think this? Refer to the text.
Which is the correct order of events?
Mrs. Baroda goes to her aunt's; Mrs. Baroda tells Gaston how she feels; Governail visits the plantation
Mrs. Baroda suggests that Governail should visit; Governail visits the plantation; Mrs. Baroda goes to her aunt's
Governail visits the plantation; Mrs. Baroda goes to her aunt's; Mrs. Baroda invites her aunt to the plantation
Mrs. Baroda tells Gaston how she feels; Mrs. Baroda goes to her aunt's; Mrs. Baroda suggests that Governail should visit
Why Mrs. Baroda goes to her Aunt Octavie's?
Aunt Octavie is sick.
Mrs. Baroda finds Governail irritating
Mrs. Baroda does not like how Gaston acts around Governail.
Mrs. Baroda is afraid of her feelings.
Why do you think this? Use the text to explain your answer.
Which statement is FALSE?
Gaston suspects that his wife has feelings for Governail.
Gaston and Governail have been friends for a long time.
Mrs. Baroda becomes frustrated by her feelings for Governail.
Governail seems to be unaware of Mrs. Baroda's feelings.
How do you know that this is false? Refer to the text in your answer.
Based on how the story concludes, which would be most likely to occur next if the story were to continue?
Governail would visit the plantation and Mrs. Baroda would ignore him.
Governail would decline the invitation and Gaston would challenge him to a duel.
Governail would visit the plantation and Mrs. Baroda would make a move on him.
Governail would accept the invitation and Mrs. Baroda would go to her aunt's house.
Why do you believe this? Explain your answer and support it with textual evidence.
A Respectable Woman