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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 Charlotte do to improve her vision as she climbs the mainmast in the storm?
(a) Turns her body away from the wind.
(b) Throws the sail into the sea.
(c) Cuts her hair.
(d) Tucks in her blouse.
2. Why does Captain Jaggery stay in his cabin when Charlotte joins the crew?
(a) He is afraid of another mutiny.
(b) He is embarrassed by the welt on his face.
(c) He can't stand to see a fine lady working.
(d) He is ailing from some kind of sickness.
3. When the trial is over, how long is left until the execution?
(a) 3 days.
(b) 2 days.
(c) 1 day.
(d) 4 days.
4. Who saves Charlotte during the storm?
(a) Captain Jaggery.
5. What does Captain Jaggery call Charlotte during the trial?
Short Answer Questions
1. How long does Charlotte sleep after the storm?
2. How is Captain Jaggery killed?
3. What does Charlotte wish she could tell her family?
4. Who does Captain Jaggery say will decide her fate in the trial?
5. Who, aside from Charlotte, sees Zachariah during the storm?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Captain Jaggery orders Charlotte to fix a tangled sail in the bowsprit?
2. What does Charlotte see when she is taken on deck for her trial?
3. What is Captain Jaggery's main point against Charlotte during the trial?
4. What happens to the captain's cabin during the storm?
5. What does Zachariah realize when Charlotte accuses him of murdering Hollybrass?
6. What is Keetch supposed to do to keep Captain Jaggery out of his cabin?
7. What does Zachariah say he would need in order to confront Captain Jaggery, and what is Charlotte's response to this?
8. What does Charlotte see on deck after she speaks with Captain Jaggery after the whipping?
9. How does Charlotte choose to complete the task given her, and what challenges does she face along the way?
10. What does Charlotte do after the storm, and why is this so surprising?
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