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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 does Shaitana discuss with his dinner guests about sleeping sickness?
(c) His own suffering.
2. Who does Mrs. Lorrimer think is a show-off?
3. What surprising knowledge does the doctor have about the bridge game that only he possesses?
(a) All the food everyone ate.
(b) All the cards everyone held.
(c) All the things people said.
(d) All the objects in the room.
4. What do the sleuths sort through in order to identify the murderer?
(a) Clues and evidence.
(b) Wastepaper baskets.
(c) Dinner remains.
(d) Bottles and drinks.
5. Who is Mrs. Lorrimer partnered with?
(a) Colonel Race.
(b) Hercule Poirot.
(c) Major Despard.
(d) Miss Meredith.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who turns out to be dead by the end of Chapter 3?
2. What kind of relationship does Anne have with her employer?
3. How does Poirot intend on getting a psychological profile on murder suspects?
4. What do the sleuths lack when they ask to search through the doctor's files?
5. Who thought she was poisoned by her family, according to Dr. Roberts' secretary?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Poirot achieve through his psychological analysis of the murder suspects?
2. How does Poirot intend on unmasking the murderer?
3. How does Shaitana set the stage for a fantastic dinner party?
4. What does Mrs. Lorrimer's memory about the card game at Shaitana's party reveal about her?
5. How did Mrs. Lorrimer interact with Shaitana that night at his party?
6. How does Poirot outwit the doctor and get more information out of Dr. Roberts than he wants to give?
7. What are Poirot's deductions about the four possible murder suspects by Chapters 24 and 25?
8. What about Mrs. Lorrimer's personality prevents her from being the murderer?
9. What does Miss Burgess reveal about the doctor that is scandalous?
10. How did Dr. Roberts kill Mrs. Lorrimer?
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