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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the author of the poem “Jerusalem,” which opens Chapter 21: “Burning Gold”?
(a) William Blake.
(b) Alexander Pope.
(c) William Shakespeare.
(d) Sarah Williams.
2. While Will reads poetry to Henry in Chapter 22: “Thunder in the Trumpet,” Henry spends his time scribbling down designs for what?
(a) A strength rune.
(b) A fearlessness rune.
(c) A clockwork princess.
(d) A wheelchair.
3. The quote that opens Chapter 24: “The Measure of Love” is attributed to whom?
(a) Sarah Williams.
(b) Alexander Pope.
(c) Saint Augustine.
(d) Oscar Wilde.
4. What is the name of the automaton that stands by Mortmain when he enters Tessa’s prison in Chapter 18: “For This Alone”?
5. Who is the author of “Laus Veneris,” which is cited in the opening of Chapter 22: “Thunder in the Trumpet”?
(a) John Milton.
(b) Gerard Manley Hopkins.
(c) Algernon Charles Swinburne.
(d) Sarah Williams.
6. The automaton that accompanies Mortmain in Chapter 18: “For This Alone” says to Tessa, “I fought Johnathan Shadowhunter on the plains of” what location?
(a) “Cair Paravel.”
7. Who is the werewolf that claims to know Will when he enters the inn in Chapter 14: “Parabatai”?
(a) Victor Whitelaw.
(b) Woosley Scott.
(c) Cyril Tanner.
(d) Aloysius Starkweather.
8. According to Aloysius Starkweather’s story in Chapter 15: “Stars, Hide Your Fires,” he is related to Tessa Gray how?
(a) He is her grandfather
(b) He is her father.
(c) He is her great uncle.
(d) He is her great-grandfather.
9. The letter that Charlotte has sitting on her desk from the Council reveals what information in Chapter 22: “Thunder in the Trumpet”?
(a) A demand that Charlotte depart her position as head of the London Institute.
(b) A demand that Charlotte divorce her husband.
(c) An offer for Charlotte to become Consul.
(d) An offer for Charlotte to become head of the New York Institute.
10. What is the name of the goddess that is depicted on the box that held Jem’s medicine, as revealed by Jem in Chapter 23: “Than Any Evil”?
(c) Kwan Yin.
11. When Will awakens after having fled the inn following his battle and the discovery of Jem’s death in Chapter 15: “Stars, Hide Your Fires,” he is “on the rise of a green hill, just out of sight of” what road?
(a) “The London-Cheswick road.”
(b) “The Shrewsbury-Welshpool road.”
(c) “The Buckingham-Swinburne road.”
(d) “The Whitecliff-Jansonville road.”
12. What book does Will leave outside of Tessa’s room as a gift to her in Chapter 24: “The Measure of Love”?
(a) Huckleberry Finn.
(b) David Copperfield.
(c) A Tale of Two Cities.
13. Whose ghost appears to Will in Chapter 24: “The Measure of Love”?
(a) Jessamine Lovelace’s.
(b) Tatiana Blackthorn’s.
(c) Charlotte Branwell's.
(d) Tessa Gray's.
14. To whom does Will write a letter to after he finishes dinner at the inn in Chapter 14: “Parabatai”?
(a) Aloysius Starkweather.
(b) Jem Carstairs.
(c) Victor Whitelaw.
(d) Charlotte Branwell.
15. What is the name of the inn that Will arrives at in the beginning of Chapter 14: “Parabatai”?
(a) The Yellow Meadow Inn.
(b) The Grey Horse Inn.
(c) The Green Man Inn.
(d) The White Wolf Inn.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the title of the poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, which is cited in the opening of Chapter 18: “For This Alone”?
2. Tessa tells Will in Chapter 19: “To Lie and Burn” that she too wishes for an honorable death, like the death of whom?
3. The title of Chapter 13: “The Mind Has Mountains” is an allusion to what poem that is cited in the opening of the chapter by Gerard Manley Hopkins?
4. Who is the author of “The Harlot’s House,” which is excerpted in the opening of Chapter 20: “The Infernal Devices”?
5. As Cicely sits in the training room after being told that Charlotte has sent for the Silent Brothers in Chapter 13: “The Mind Has Mountains,” the narrator says “Part of her mind was there in the Institute, but the rest was with Will: on the back of a horse, leaning into the wind, riding hell-for-leather over the roads that separated London from” where?
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