A Universal History of Iniquity: Part I
1. In "The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morell," what city does Lazarus plan to overtake?
(c) New Orleans.
(d) Baton Rouge.
2. In "The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morell," what stops Lazarus from completing his sinister plans?
(a) An upright uncle shows him the folly of his ways.
(b) Illness and death.
(c) He has a moral awakening.
(d) He decides to become a politcian.
3. In "The Improbable Impostor Tom Castro," who convinces Tom to create a fake identity?
(a) Ebenezer Bogle.
(b) Lady Tichbourne.
(c) Lady Tichbourne's son.
(d) Tom gets the idea himself.
4. In "The Improbable Impostor Tom Castro," what causes Tom's fake identity scheme to fall apart?
(a) Ebenezer Bogle's death.
(b) At the trial, a saavy lawyer produces papers demonstrating Tom can't be who he says he is.
(c) Ebenezer Bogle runs out of ideas for perpetuating the fraud.
(d) The real person, whom Tom was impersonating, returns.
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