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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. What surprises Lizzie about the mines?
(a) How dark it is.
(b) How quiet it is.
(c) How cold it is.
(d) The number of women working there.
2. What does Sir George's wife want him to give to Jay as a wedding gift?
(a) A Scottish country estate.
(b) The Barbados property.
(c) A stable of horses.
(d) A home in Edinburgh.
3. Companies will no longer hire Mack because _____________________.
(a) He is lazy.
(b) He is Catholic.
(c) He is a troublemaker.
(d) He is always late.
4. What news does Jay share with his mother?
(a) He has a terminal illness.
(b) He is moving to America.
(c) He has shot his father.
(d) He is in love with Lizzie.
5. Why does Lizzie want to call off the wedding to Jay?
(a) Jamisson people have been investigating the coal on Hallim land.
(b) She found out that Jay has been secretly seeing her best friend.
(c) She realizes that the man she really loves is Robert.
(d) She needs more time to think about the marriage.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is High Glen?
2. When can Esther leave Scotland?
3. Where is Mack taken after he is captured?
4. What is the name of Lizzie's home?
5. Who is the girl that Mack and Dermot rescue in Chapter 15?
Short Essay Questions
1. For what occasion does Lizzie decide to dress as a man in Chapter 14?
2. What is Lady Hallim's advice regarding Jay's growing interest in Lizzie?
3. Why does Mack have to rescue Lizzie after the hanging?
4. What does Mack do that makes the Jamissons wary of him?
5. Which one of the Jamisson sons does Lizzie agree to marry and why?
6. Why do the Jamissons enter into a conspiracy about the coal that Lizzie cannot know about?
7. Why does Lizzie call off the wedding?
8. How is Mack McAsh introduced in the story?
9. Describe Mack's terrifying experience burning off the gas in the mine.
10. What is the year-and-a-day law?
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