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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the man that was killed on the moor?
(a) Dr. Mortimer.
2. What revelation upsets Laura Lyons?
(a) Sir Charles is still alive.
(b) Sir Henry is related to her.
(c) Frankland is not her father.
(d) Stapleton is married.
3. Who is the man on the moor?
(a) Sir Charles.
(c) Sherlock Holmes.
(d) Dr. Mortimer.
4. How is Chapter 8 narrated?
(a) The narration is in the form of newspaper articles.
(b) The narration is in the form of letters between Watson and Dr. Mortimer.
(c) The narration is in the form of letters from Watson to Holmes.
(d) The narration is in the form of Watson's journal.
5. What does Watson keep hearing from the moor?
(a) A train.
(b) The baying of a hound.
(c) A woman sobbing.
(d) A man screaming.
6. How does Mr. Frankland spend his time when at home?
(a) He spends time restoring his home.
(b) He uses his telescope to look at the moor, ostensibly for the convict.
(c) He spends time with his daughter, who is a painter.
(d) He is writing a history of Devonshire.
7. What is Sir Henry to do while at dinner with the Stapletons?
(a) He is to tell them that he is walking home alone.
(b) He is to ask Mrs. Stapleton to marry him.
(c) He is to tell them that Sherlock Holmes died on the moors.
(d) He is to tell Mrs. Stapleton of Mrs. Lyons.
8. To whom does this statement apply: "Evil indeed is the man who has not one woman to mourn him" ?
9. After Watson tells Holmes about his conversation with Laura Lyons, what does Holmes reveal to his partner about Miss Stapleton?
(a) She is actually Stapleton's wife.
(b) She is the murderer.
(c) She is actually Stapleton's daughter.
(d) She is Frankland's daughter.
10. In what matter is everyone in Baskerville Hall on the wrong side of the law?
(a) They allowed drugs to flow through the moor.
(b) They allowed Sir Charles to be murdered.
(c) They concealed Selden's presence on the moor from the police.
(d) They covered up the murder of Selden.
11. What does Watson witness when he follows Sir Henry?
(a) Watson sees Frankland watching them on his telescope.
(b) Watson sees a pony sink into the Grimpen Mire.
(c) Watson sees Sir Henry being stalked by the hound.
(d) Watson sees an encounter between Sir Henry and Miss Stapleton, which is interrupted by Stapleton.
12. On the moor, what does Watson find himself unable to do?
(a) Shoot the unarmed convict.
(b) Go further into the Grimpen Mire.
(c) Leave a hurt animal behind.
(d) Reassure Sir Henry that the hound is not real.
13. After asking questions about Frankland's daughter, how does Watson distract Dr. Mortimer from asking any questions?
(a) Watson asks to hear the story of the hound again.
(b) Watson asks about Frankland's skull.
(c) Watson asks about the doctor's family.
(d) Watson asks to hear other local legends that could be influencing the perceived sightings of the hound.
14. While searching for Selden on the moor, what frightens both Sir Henry and Watson?
(a) They find a dead body.
(b) They hear a hound howling on the moor.
(c) They see a man sink into the Grimpen Mire.
(d) They hear someone screaming for help.
15. Why is the woman who wrote the letter to Sir Charles estranged from her family?
(a) She married without her father's consent.
(b) She divorced her husband.
(c) She had a child out of wedlock.
(d) She did not wish to be a traditional housewife.
Short Answer Questions
1. After hearing a man scream on the moor, what do Watson and Holmes hear next?
2. What is the deal Stapleton strikes with Sir Henry?
3. How did Sir Charles hear about Mrs. Lyons's situation?
4. According to Watson, what is one of Holmes's faults?
5. How did Stapleton convince Mrs. Lyons to not meet with Sir Charles the night he died?
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