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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 Holmes lie about being in London to Watson?
(a) He knew Watson would tell Sir Henry.
(b) He was afraid for Watson's safety.
(c) He did not trust Watson.
(d) He did not want Watson to inadvertently reveal to the enemy that he was there.
2. Who is the man that was killed on the moor?
(d) Dr. Mortimer.
3. What does Watson believe is the identity of the man on the moor?
(a) The convict.
(b) The man who followed Sir Henry in London.
(c) Barrymore sneaking out to see his brother-in-law.
(d) Stapleton on the hunt for moths.
4. How did Holmes know it was Watson in his hut?
(a) He heard Watson mumbling to himself.
(b) He watched Watson all the way from Frankland's manor.
(c) His footprints.
(d) His cigarette stub.
5. What is Frankland wishing to celebrate?
(a) He won a lawsuit.
(b) He has decided to reunite with his daughter.
(c) He found the hound.
(d) He won a large settlement.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Watson keep hearing from the moor?
2. While Sir Henry is being entertained in Merripit House, what do Holmes and Watson observe Stapleton doing?
3. To whom does this statement apply: "Evil indeed is the man who has not one woman to mourn him" ?
4. How did the man found on the moor die?
5. What does Holmes's discovery of the portrait reveal?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Watson's fanciful impressions of the moor in his letter to Holmes?
2. Why is Watson hurt about Holmes's deception?
3. Why did Laura Lyons need so much help?
4. What is suspicious of Barrymore's behavior?
5. What does Mrs. Stapleton reveal about her husband?
6. What does the hound look like?
7. Why can Holmes not arrest Stapleton?
8. What is the arrangement between Selden and the Barrymores, and how did it come to be?
9. What happens when Sir Henry walks out of Stapleton's house?
10. How did Stapleton deceive Mrs. Lyons?
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