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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 is Abberline dressed up in Chapter 11?
(a) He is going to meet "Emma."
(b) He is being promoted.
(c) He is leaving town.
(d) He is going to the theater.
2. What does Netley give to Liz?
(a) A flower.
(b) A shawl.
(c) A kerchief.
(d) A bonnet.
3. What does Sir Charles Warren realize about the murders when he pleads with Gull to cease them?
(a) Gull is killing the wrong women.
(b) The Queen ordered them.
(c) The women are innocent.
(d) They are part of a ritual.
4. How does Lees force Abberline to investigate his false vision?
(a) He fakes a fainting spell.
(b) He threatens to blackmail Abberline.
(c) He claims to have knowledge of "Emma."
(d) He tells Abberline of Albert's child with Annie.
5. What does Gull not do to Kate's body?
(a) Gut her.
(b) Mutilate her body.
(c) Rape her corpse.
(d) Hack off her nose.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what modern setting do Gull's visions take him in Chapter 10?
2. What is the fate of Pizer, arrested with suspicion of being Leather Apron?
3. Why does Gull feel insulted by the Masons?
4. What group is influencing Druitt's discharge and his invitation to a homosexual party?
5. What does Mary Kelly learn when she makes her payment for protection to the Nichol Mob?
Short Essay Questions
1. What discovery does Mary Kelly make in Chapter 8?
2. What is in the letter Mary left for Abberline?
3. How does Albert spend his time in Chapter 9?
4. How does Mary Kelly spend her days before her murder?
5. Why does Warren erase the message left by Jack the Ripper?
6. Why does Mary Kelly agree to a sexual liaison with Abberline?
7. Who is Montague John Druitt?
8. How does Gull justify his violence to Queen Victoria in Chapter 9?
9. How do Albert and Sickert deal with the former's guilty conscience?
10. Why does Lees call upon Abberline in Chapter 9?
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