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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 are Utterson and Enfield related?
(b) They are not related
(c) Uncle and nephew
2. Lanyon tells Utterson that he will tell the truth about Jekyll after what event?
(a) After he dies
(b) After Hyde is in jail
(c) After Utterson takes an oath
(d) After Jekyll dies
3. What behavior did Lanyon find unacceptable?
(a) Enfield's excitement
(b) Hyde's lack of manners
(c) Jekyll's insinuations
(d) Making a house call late in the evening
4. What was missing from Jekyll's lab?
(d) Test tubes
5. On what day did Lanyon receive the letter from Jekyll?
(a) March 7
(b) January 9
(c) January 12
(d) February 3
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these things was not part of Jekyll's theory?
2. What was the deadline for Jekyll returning to his former state?
3. What expression overcomes Jekyll?
4. What is the overall emotional state of the servants?
5. What have Jekyll and Lanyon decided?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the first major change Jekyll noticed about his body in regard to Hyde?
2. Jekyll reveals all that happened up until the time of his death. What is the purpose of Jekyll's statement?
3. Why was Utterson so confused by Jekyll's return to seclusion?
4. Although spectators were aghast, Jekyll did not know why. How did Jekyll avoid knowing how Hyde affected his image?
5. Utterson became increasingly upset when his efforts to help Jekyll were denied. Why did Utterson write a letter to Jekyll?
6. The letter states that Lanyon can expect a certain event to happen after he fulfills Jekyll's request. What will happen at midnight?
7. Why was Utterson hesitant to bring up Lanyon's failing health?
8. Jekyll's behavior has become increasingly strange. Why does Poole visit Utterson?
9. The letter to Lanyon is peculiar and contains a specific request. What favor does Jekyll ask of Lanyon?
10. The author makes it clear that Hyde was a metaphor. What did Hyde represent?
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