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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 happens to the police spotlight in Book 4, Chapter 17?
(a) It is pointed at Flynn.
(b) One of the IRA shoots it out.
(c) It blinds one of the Fenians.
(d) It doesn't work becuase of the CS gas.
2. At the cathedral in Book 2, how long has it been since Brian has seen Maureen?
(a) 1 month.
(b) 2 years.
(c) 1 day.
(d) 4 years.
3. After Martin and Burke's first encounter, what does Martin drink?
4. Because of the message from the confessional, Spiegal tells Bellini to do what?
(a) Wait for the negotiations to reach an agreement.
(b) Storm the cathedral.
(c) Stand down.
(d) Be ready on very short notice.
5. After Flynn and the Cardinal talk about secret passages, where do Father Murphy and Maureen go?
(a) Into the confessional.
(b) To the choir loft.
(c) To the front of the cathedral.
(d) Into the church office.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Spiegal think can save the hostages and the cathedral?
2. Who is Captain Bert Schroeder?
3. What does Burke deliver to Flynn at the beginning of Book 4, Chapter 26?
4. Who helps Brian and Maureen hide after the attempt to free Sheila?
5. What does Flynn tell the first police phone call?
Short Essay Questions
1. After the attempt to free Sheila, how do Brian and Maureen find a safe place to hide?
2. Describe Megan's disposition.
3. When Burke brings the food requested by the terrorists, what does Maureen do?
4. In Book 3, why does Burke think there is a British conspiracy as well as an Irish one?
5. In Book 4, what does Father Murphy do in the confessional?
6. What does the slogan "once in, never out" refer to?
7. What happens when members of the IRA try to free Sheila?
8. What are MacCumail's demands?
9. What is the signal to begin the attack on the cathedral by the Fenians?
10. In Book 2, what does Brian place in the choir loft?
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