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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. Why does Abberline not recognize Mary Kelly's corpse as "Emma"?
(a) It is too mutilated.
(b) He thought he saw "Emma" on the street.
(c) She had cut her hair before the murder.
(d) He never looked at the corpse.
2. Where does Chapter 8 begin?
(a) Buckingham Palace.
(b) Mary's apartment.
(c) Miller's Court.
(d) Scotland Yard.
3. What does Sir Charles Warren realize about the murders when he pleads with Gull to cease them?
(a) The Queen ordered them.
(b) The women are innocent.
(c) Gull is killing the wrong women.
(d) They are part of a ritual.
4. What are the contents of the letter for Abberline?
(a) Mary is saying goodbye.
(b) It is a copy of a Masonic ritual.
(c) It tells of the conspiracy around Albert.
(d) It details Gull being the murderer.
5. Fill in the blank: Druitt's occupations are as a schoolteacher and a _____.
(b) Money lender.
(d) Shop owner.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the fate of Pizer, arrested with suspicion of being Leather Apron?
2. Why is Abberline dressed up in Chapter 11?
3. Under what name is Gull incarcerated in an insane asylum?
4. What is sent along with the letter from Gull and Netley?
5. Why is Kate Eddows arrested?
Short Essay Questions
1. For what reasons does Gull mistake Kate Eddows for Mary Kelly?
2. For what reasons does Druitt attend and subsequently leave the homosexual party?
3. Why does Mary Kelly agree to a sexual liaison with Abberline?
4. How do Albert and Sickert deal with the former's guilty conscience?
5. Who is Montague John Druitt?
6. How does Albert spend his time in Chapter 9?
7. What comprises the inquest and testimonies that Abberline endures for Mary's death?
8. Describe Gull's visions during his mutilation of Mary's corpse.
9. What leads up to Gull and Netley writing the letter "from Hell"?
10. How does Gull justify his violence to Queen Victoria in Chapter 9?
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