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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. What is not mentioned in the publicity surrounding Mary's trial?
(a) She is not married.
(b) She has a daughter.
(c) She is a beautiful woman.
(d) She is going to be released from jail at some time.
2. Where is the flat located that Philippa visits in "Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapter 14"?
(a) Above a bookstore.
(b) Next door to a laundromat.
(c) Above a greengrocer.
(d) Next door to a gas station.
3. Where is Norman when he loses the two women he is watching?
(a) London station.
(b) York station.
(c) Boston station.
(d) King's station.
4. What does Philippa fantasize about, involving her biological parents?
(a) Their love for her.
(b) Their love affair.
(c) Their hatred of her.
(d) Them coming back for her.
5. What does Norman plan to do with his belongings when he moves?
(a) Forget about them.
(b) Sell them.
(c) Burn them.
(d) Keep them.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many days do Philippa and Mary take off in order to spend time together?
2. What does the day of Norman's retirement signify the first step toward?
3. Who insists they know all there is to know about the conviction of Mary Ducton?
4. Where does Philippa travel in "Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapter 2"?
5. Where is the train going that Norman takes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Norman first goes to York station?
2. What does Norman do in order to watch Hilda?
3. Discuss the first few days of Mary's release from prison.
4. Why does Philippa go to see a social worker?
5. What happens when Philippa confronts Hilda in "Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapter 4"?
6. Discuss the murder plan of Norman and Mavin Scase.
7. What happens at the dinner party Philippa attends?
8. Discuss Philippa's adoption.
9. Discuss the manuscript that Mary gives Philippa.
10. Discuss the death of Julie Scase.
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