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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is The King's Arms?
(a) Mr. Foe's first book.
(b) An inn and pub.
(c) Mr. Foe's home.
(d) A shop that sells trinkets.
2. What does Susan say that eating human flesh is bound to be like?
(a) Any other human sin.
(b) Any other mindless ritual.
(c) Eating chicken.
(d) Eating the meat at the pub.
3. What haunts Susan about what she finds on the side of the road at the end of Part Two?
(a) It's eyes.
(b) That it has been placed on a log in her path.
(c) A blood stain.
(d) A word written on it.
4. What does Susan say about mothers and children?
(a) Mothers carry a sense of their offspring for life.
(b) They burden each other for life.
(c) They share an unbreakable bond.
(d) Children never seek lost parents.
5. What does Susan suggest to Mr. Foe would be a good job for Friday?
(a) Carriage driver.
(b) Man servant.
6. How does Friday respond to live in the city, at the beginning of Part Two?
(a) He is fascinated by it.
(b) He shows no change at all.
(c) He is agitated and scared.
(d) He is not happy.
7. Who is George Lewes?
(a) An attorney.
(b) The young constable.
(c) Mr. Foe's brother.
(d) The man young Susan says is her father.
8. What happens when Susan tries to give the person who watches the house a packet of letters?
(a) Susan is attacked and knocked unconscious.
(b) The person hands her a slim envelope.
(c) Susan faints upon recognizing the person.
(d) The person refuses them.
9. How does Susan feel about allowing the watcher to stay with her in Part Two?
10. What does Susan compare Friday to when she decides not to send him on the ship?
(a) A stray dog.
(b) An unloved child.
(c) Herself, as a child.
(d) A clinging vine.
11. What elements does Susan suggest adding to her story?
(a) Passion and sex.
(b) Cannibals and corn seeds.
(c) Pregnancy and how Friday lost his tongue.
(d) Another group of hostile cast-aways.
12. What does Susan tell Mr. Foe about escaping from the island on a small boat?
(a) The winds made escape impossible.
(b) She tried it, but lacked the proper tools to build a boat.
(c) The undertow made small boats a hazard.
(d) She tried it but the boat capsized and was ruined.
13. What clue is given that Susan knew Mr. Foe before coming hiring him to write her story?
(a) She describes Mr. Foe's fondness for rose gardens prior to meeting him.
(b) The music box.
(c) She describes the house before arriving.
(d) The atlas in the study.
14. Who claims to have been born in Deptford in May of 1702?
(a) Shane LaFountain.
(b) George Lewes.
(c) Mr. Foe.
(d) Young Susan.
15. Why does Susan say she is eager for Mr. Foe to complete her project in May of Part Two?
(a) She wants to leave town.
(b) She wants to forget about the island and move on.
(c) She needs money.
(d) She wants to continue the search for her daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Susan find on the side of the road at the end of Part Two?
2. What does Susan say might be a way to communicate with Friday?
3. How does Susan attempt to get passage to Africa for Friday?
4. What does Susan compare to moving the stones on the island?
5. What does Susan catch some boys trying to do, in April of Part Two?
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