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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. Who arrives after Hannah exits?
(a) Chloe and Bernard.
(b) Valentine and Gus.
(c) Bernard and Gus.
(d) Chloe and Valentine.
2. Why does Valentine suggest Bernard should hide his car?
(a) Lord Croom would not allow guests with Japanese cars.
(b) Lord Croom would not allow guests who did not drive carriages.
(c) Lord Croom would not allow guests who did not ride bicycles.
(d) Lord Croom would not allow guests who drove foreign cars.
3. For what reason has Hannah enlisted Valentine in this scene?
(a) To explain Thomasina's math equations
(b) To help disprove Bernard's Byron theory
(c) To translate a particularly difficult passage of Latin
(d) To access a Croom family heirloom
4. What sound recurs in this scene?
(a) Violin music.
(b) Gun shots.
(c) A radio.
5. How does Chloe describe her brother, Gus?
(a) As a sexist.
(b) As a genius.
(c) As a savant.
(d) As a threat.
Short Answer Questions
1. Thomasina does not discover that Septimus was found with Mrs. Chater because_____________________________.
2. Where does Chater ask Septimus to join him?
3. Where is the proof that Byron was at Sidley Park in 1809?
4. Hannah reveals that ___________________________-.
5. Jellaby arrives to ________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What details of the duel does Septimus agree to?
2. What events does Lady Croom relate about the previous evening?
3. What does Thomasina's theory about stirring jam into rice pudding represent to her?
4. What mistake has Bernard made in researching the letters he found in Byron's book?
5. What is the relationship between Thomasina and Septimus?
6. What does Septimus' dialogue reveal about his character?
7. Why is Lady Croom suddenly interested in the piano?
8. Why is Gus considered a genius?
9. How does Septimus manage to placate Lady Croom about his own behavior?
10. Describe Thomasina's character.
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