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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the letter to Holmes, what is the status on the escaped convict?
(a) The convict will likely turn himself in to escape the inhospitable moor.
(b) The convict will likely be caught soon.
(c) The convict has probably died out on the moors.
(d) The convict has likely escaped the area.
2. What instructions does Holmes give Cartwright?
(a) Cartwright is to take Mrs. Stapleton to safety.
(b) Cartwright is to send for Lestrade.
(c) Cartwright is to tail Sir Henry.
(d) Cartwright is to go to London and send a telegram to Sir Henry in Holmes's name.
3. How is Chapter 8 narrated?
(a) The narration is in the form of Watson's journal.
(b) The narration is in the form of letters between Watson and Dr. Mortimer.
(c) The narration is in the form of newspaper articles.
(d) The narration is in the form of letters from Watson to Holmes.
4. What does Watson keep hearing from the moor?
(a) A train.
(b) A woman sobbing.
(c) The baying of a hound.
(d) A man screaming.
5. What does Watson find in the stone hut that pertains to him?
(a) He finds a note that details his whereabouts for the day.
(b) He finds his old overcoat.
(c) He finds his brand of cigarettes.
(d) He finds his letters to Holmes.
6. On the moor, what does Watson find himself unable to do?
(a) Shoot the unarmed convict.
(b) Leave a hurt animal behind.
(c) Go further into the Grimpen Mire.
(d) Reassure Sir Henry that the hound is not real.
7. Who is L.L.?
(a) There is no L.L.
(b) Laura Lancaster, the youngest sister of Frankland.
(c) Laura Lyons, the daughter of Frankland.
(d) Laura Lols, the cousin of Stapleton.
8. When Holmes has Watson focus solely on the face in the portrait, what does Watson see?
(a) Sir Charles and Hugo look identical.
(b) Frankland looks exactly like Hugo.
(c) Barrymore looks exactly like Hugo.
(d) Stapleton looks exactly like Hugo.
9. What does Frankland show Watson on his telescope?
(a) Watson sees the man on the moor.
(b) Watson sees Sir Henry out by himself.
(c) Watson sees the young boy delivering food to the man on the moor.
(d) Watson sees the hound.
10. What captures Holmes's attention in Baskerville Hall?
(a) The portrait of Sir Charles.
(b) Sir Henry's cast-off clothing.
(c) The portrait of Hugo.
(d) Sir Henry's liquor cabinet.
11. After learning that Mrs. Barrymore answered the telegram for her husband, what does Watson observe about the lady?
(a) She appears to be very frightened at the story of the hound.
(b) She appears to be very ill.
(c) She appears to not have a care in the world.
(d) She appears to be in a deep sorrow of mysterious origin.
12. To whom does this statement apply: "Evil indeed is the man who has not one woman to mourn him" ?
13. How did Stapleton convince Mrs. Lyons to not meet with Sir Charles the night he died?
(a) Stapleton said he was too proud to allow another man to help her.
(b) Stapleton tells her that Sir Charles is too ill to meet with her.
(c) Stapleton convinces her that Sir Charles does not wish to see her.
(d) Stapleton says that he fears it is too dangerous for her to go alone.
14. What is Frankland wishing to celebrate?
(a) He won a lawsuit.
(b) He found the hound.
(c) He has decided to reunite with his daughter.
(d) He won a large settlement.
15. Who is the man that was killed on the moor?
(b) Dr. Mortimer.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the man found on the moor die?
2. While Sir Henry is being entertained in Merripit House, what do Holmes and Watson observe Stapleton doing?
3. What does Holmes's discovery of the portrait reveal?
4. What manner of narration is used in Chapter 10?
5. How does Mr. Frankland spend his time when at home?
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