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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What horrifies Gull when he gets a glimpse of the modern world?
(a) The violence of the men.
(b) The sexuality of the women.
(c) The pollution.
(d) The technology.
2. What group is influencing Druitt's discharge and his invitation to a homosexual party?
3. Besides drinking, how does Mary Kelly spend her time awaiting her murder?
(b) Sleeping with any man.
(c) Lesbian relationships.
4. Fill in the blank: Druitt's occupations are as a schoolteacher and a _____.
(b) Money lender.
(d) Shop owner.
5. Where does Chapter 8 begin?
(a) Mary's apartment.
(b) Miller's Court.
(c) Buckingham Palace.
(d) Scotland Yard.
6. For what reason does Lees take Abberline to Gull's home?
(a) He noticed Gull had blood on his cuff one night.
(b) He saw Gull murder Mary Kelly.
(c) He overheard Gull telling the Queen about the murders.
(d) He is still angry over the snub.
7. Where does Gull believe himself to be while with Mary's body?
(a) A church.
(b) Operating theater.
(c) Scotland Yard.
(d) Buckingham Palace.
8. Under what name is Gull incarcerated in an insane asylum?
(a) Thomas Mason.
(b) Jack Mason.
(c) Thomas Abberline.
(d) Jack Abberline.
9. What does a police officer tell Gull about Kate Eddows, who has given a false name upon arrest?
(a) She is Alice's nurse.
(b) She is Mary Kelly.
(c) She is Albert's wife.
(d) She is the Queen's confidante.
10. What goes unheeded in the beginning of Chapter 10?
(a) Abberline's letter.
(b) Abberline's arrest warrant.
(c) Mary's cries for help.
(d) Mary's warning to Abberline about Jack the Ripper.
11. What does Mary Kelly learn when she makes her payment for protection to the Nichol Mob?
(a) The royal family is after her.
(b) They did not kill her friends.
(c) Abberline is a spy.
(d) William Gull was inquiring about her.
12. Why do Abberline's superiors order him and Lees to never speak of Gull again?
(a) They have been promised promotions by the Queen.
(b) They do not believe Abberline.
(c) They are Masons.
(d) They have been paid off by Netley.
13. What is strange about Gull's treatment of Liz?
(a) He remembers a future event in which she is not mutilated.
(b) He dresses her in a man's clothing.
(c) He is tender with laying her body out properly.
(d) He is vicious in his mutilations.
14. Where does Chapter 12 begin?
(a) Buckingham Palace.
(b) Cleveland Street.
(c) Scotland Yard.
(d) Abberline's apartment.
15. On whom do the Masons pin Jack the Ripper's murders?
(b) Montague John Druitt.
(c) John Trevor Mason.
(d) Thomas Addley.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why has Liz been forced to the streets?
2. What revelation does Gull make to Abberline?
3. In what does Mary's husband refuse to engage?
4. Whose clothes are burnt by Gull?
5. For what reason is Whitechapel in a frenzy at the beginning of Chapter 9?
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