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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 did Mrs. Lyons wish to meet with Sir Charles so secretly?
(a) She wanted to keep her relationship a secret from her estranged husband.
(b) She did not want to face Barrymore.
(c) She wanted to keep her friendship with Sir Charles secret from her father.
(d) She wanted to avoid a scandal by meeting privately with a bachelor.
2. What state is Sir Henry left in after the attack and the truth about the Stapletons is revealed?
(a) Sir Henry is in a vegetative state of shock.
(b) Sir Henry is immensely relieved to be rid of them.
(c) Sir Henry becomes murderously angry.
(d) Sir Henry becomes deliriously ill from strain.
3. What was spread over the hound to give it a ghoulish look?
(c) Swamp water.
4. How did Sir Charles hear about Mrs. Lyons's situation?
(a) Stapleton told him.
(b) Frankland told him.
(c) Barrymore told him.
(d) Dr. Mortimer told him.
5. What is Mr. Frankland's favorite pastime?
(d) Charity work.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Sir Henry and Watson do to entrap Barrymore?
2. Who arrives from London to help Holmes?
3. Why did Stapleton tie up and gag his wife?
4. Who is L.L.?
5. What does Watson find in the stone hut that pertains to him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why can Holmes not arrest Stapleton?
2. Why does Watson refer to Mr. Frankland as much needed "comic relief?"
3. What is suspicious of Barrymore's behavior?
4. How did Stapleton deceive Mrs. Lyons?
5. What is the arrangement between Selden and the Barrymores, and how did it come to be?
6. Why does Laura Lyons live in Coombe Tracey?
7. Why was Holmes able to recognize Stapleton's features in Hugo Baskerville?
8. What happens when Sir Henry walks out of Stapleton's house?
9. Why does Stapleton appear to oppose a match between his sister and Sir Henry?
10. What is Mrs. Lyons's relationship to Sir Charles?
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