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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. How did Utterson respond to Jekyll's increased seclusion?
(a) There was no change
(b) Utterson continued to call every day
(c) Utterson visited less often
(d) Utterson asked Poole for reports
2. What does Utterson feel might help Jekyll?
(a) A new environment
(b) A friend
(d) Fresh air
3. Who could not be suspected for the crime spree?
4. Who is with Utterson when he sees Jekyll?
(c) No one
5. The author claims that "It is one thing to mortify curiosity and another to..."
(a) Run away from it
(b) Pretend it doesn't exist
(c) Conquer it
(d) Embrace it
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these things was Jekyll not promised when he was born?
2. What happens repeatedly when Utterson visits Jekyll?
3. What was the only common factor between Jekyll and Hyde?
4. What is the urgent problem?
5. Jekyll tells Utterson he will live a life of...
Short Essay Questions
1. Jekyll claims that his house is not fit for company. What solution does Jekyll offer?
2. The letter states that Lanyon can expect a certain event to happen after he fulfills Jekyll's request. What will happen at midnight?
3. What is it in Jekyll's response that does not convince Utterson or Poole that everything is all right?
4. Jekyll's behavior has become increasingly strange. Why does Poole visit Utterson?
5. Jekyll finally reveals his deep dark secret to Lanyon. What is Lanyon's reaction to Jekyll's secret?
6. Although spectators were aghast, Jekyll did not know why. How did Jekyll avoid knowing how Hyde affected his image?
7. What were Utterson and Enfield doing when they spotted Jekyll?
8. Jekyll's fall from grace was instigated by a particular interest. What was Jekyll's passion?
9. Why does Jekyll send a letter to Lanyon?
10. What was the first major change Jekyll noticed about his body in regard to Hyde?
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