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A Room with a View

A Room with a View

  

by E.M. Forster

A Room with a View: Yes, But a View of What? See, That’s Where They Get You. Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around A Room with a View? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who moves into Lucy’s neighborhood in England?


The Emersons
A murderer
Cecil, her fiancé
Mr. Rogers. There goes the neighborhood.
Q. What is the name of Lucy’s home?


Breezy Meadow
Stormy Shadow
Windy Corner
Blowy Bottoms
Q. What ignites some old feelings?


A romance novel
A return trip to Florence
A matchbook from the hotel. Incidentally, the matches contained therein help to ignite Lucy’s cigarettes.
A stack of old letters
Q. What does Lucy realize?


That Cecil has been trying to get her and George together
That just because chocolate cream pie is technically a dessert, there’s no law saying she can’t have a slice before dinner.
That Charlotte is not her real cousin
That Mr. Emerson has feelings for her, too
That she doesn’t love Cecil
That Pakistan had to have known Bin Laden was there.
Q. What decision does Lucy make in the end?


To accept her feelings and run off with George
To respect her family’s wishes and end things with George
She prefers the soda in Can B
To join the Navy Seals - they are the coolest.