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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 is Albert soothing his guilty conscience with his schoolfriend?
(c) Oral sex.
2. What does Gull do with the remnants of Mary's burnt body part?
(a) He scatters the ashes in the wind.
(b) He feeds it to a dog.
(c) He drinks it with wine.
(d) He seasons his meal with it.
3. Why does Gull feel insulted by the Masons?
(a) They snubbed him.
(b) They have denied his existence.
(c) They do not believe he is the murderer.
(d) They put him on trial.
4. What affectionate gesture does Gull perform on Mary's body?
(a) He washes her hands.
(b) He brushes her teeth.
(c) He combs her hair.
(d) He embraces her.
5. What are the contents of the letter for Abberline?
(a) Mary is saying goodbye.
(b) It details Gull being the murderer.
(c) It is a copy of a Masonic ritual.
(d) It tells of the conspiracy around Albert.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Abberline's superiors order him and Lees to never speak of Gull again?
2. In what modern setting do Gull's visions take him in Chapter 10?
3. When Gull dictates the letter to Netley in Chapter 9, from where is the letter addressed?
4. What happens to Gull when he murders Liz?
5. Whose clothes are burnt by Gull?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Gull's visions during his mutilation of Mary's corpse.
2. Why does Abberline give Mary Kelly money?
3. Why does Lees call upon Abberline in Chapter 9?
4. What is in the letter Mary left for Abberline?
5. How and why does Lees get Abberline to go to Gull's house?
6. For what reasons is the deceased Druitt identified as Jack the Ripper?
7. How does Mary Kelly spend her days before her murder?
8. What leads up to Gull and Netley writing the letter "from Hell"?
9. How does Druitt's acquaintance trick him into writing a suicide note?
10. Why does Mary Kelly agree to a sexual liaison with Abberline?
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