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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who could not be suspected for the crime spree?
2. How did Utterson respond to Jekyll's increased seclusion?
3. Utterson and Poole go on a quest for what?
4. What is the new observation about Hyde's door?
5. Which phrase does Jekyll use to describe himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. Jekyll finally reveals his deep dark secret to Lanyon. What is Lanyon's reaction to Jekyll's secret?
2. While Utterson and Enfield are speaking to Jekyll, a sudden change comes over the doctor. What about Jekyll shocks Utterson?
3. Lanyon watches as Jekyll demonstrates his biggest triumph and failure. What is Jekyll's secret?
4. Utterson decides to go to see Jekyll immediately. How does Jekyll react when Utterson tries to see him?
5. Why does Jekyll send a letter to Lanyon?
6. Jekyll's behavior has become increasingly strange. Why does Poole visit Utterson?
7. According to Jekyll, who will be visiting Lanyon at his home?
8. What were Utterson and Enfield doing when they spotted Jekyll?
9. Although spectators were aghast, Jekyll did not know why. How did Jekyll avoid knowing how Hyde affected his image?
10. What is it in Jekyll's response that does not convince Utterson or Poole that everything is all right?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Several of the characters describe Hyde as possessing a deformity without actually being deformed. What did the people mean by that statement? Was it a physical, emotional or spiritual malady? What about Hyde made him appear deformed?
Essay Topic 2
The incident with Utterson and Enfield talking to Jekyll outside the window leads into a use of foreshadowing regarding Jekyll's health and well-being. Utterson and Enfield share a look of horror after Jekyll makes a hasty retreat. The author was trying to tell the reader something. Was the meaning clear? Explain your conclusions.
Essay Topic 3
Manners and respectability were of the highest order in Victorian times. This can be seen in the way friends disagree as well as Lanyon's reaction to Hyde's impatience and rudeness. Compare and contrast today's societal expectations and allowances when it comes to manners and respectability.
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