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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. Who does Tom say almost spoiled their adventure?
(a) Aunt Sally.
(b) Uncle Silas.
(d) The doctor.
2. Which characters are dreadfully blue and desperate in Chapter 31?
(a) The King and Huck.
(b) Huck and Mary Jane.
(c) Jim and the Duke.
(d) The King and the Duke.
3. How does Jim receive his food while in captivity?
(a) On a tin plate.
(b) On a pan.
(c) On a salver.
(d) On a trencher made with fried bread.
4. How many gun-toting farmers were in the sitting-room in Chapter 40?
5. What is the problem with Jim being imprisoned in a log cabin?
(a) It is easy for others to hear what is going on inside it.
(b) It is very cold there at night.
(c) There is nowhere for Huck and Tom to hide should someone come by.
(d) There is no rock on which he can trace his coat-of-arms.
Short Answer Questions
1. At what point do Huck and Tom enter Jim's cabin?
2. What time is it when the boys become too tired to carry on?
3. What does the Duke threaten to do to the King if he lies again?
4. Which character leaves the raft to check out Pikesville?
5. Why was it ineffective to set the dogs on the gang in Chapter 40?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is there any rationale for the King confessing to hiding the money in the coffin?
2. How does Huck feel when he glimpses the King and the Duke rowing fast towards the raft in Chapter 29?
3. When responding Chapter 42, what conclusion is it possible to make concerning a romantic view of the world?
4. What techniques does Twain employ Chapter 35 to create humor?
5. What precautions are taken in the Phelps household after the notes are received?
6. Comment on Tom's proposed plans to recompense and appease Jim, who has suffered the most from Tom's absurd endeavors.
7. What is Jim's final act of kindness towards Huck?
8. In what way does each boy's rescue plan for Jim reflect his outlook on life?
9. How do the events of Chapter 37 continue to sustain Twain's satirical purpose?
10. Comment upon the serious layer of meaning in the escapade to free Jim.
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