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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What time does Jury wake up Melrose the morning after Beatrice's murder?
2. Who is Sir George Assington?
3. Why does Melrose claim he hasn't heard of Helen's death?
4. What secret does Jury confess to Grace that he knows about her?
5. What is Grace wearing when she comes to the murder scene?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Vivian ask Jury as she is leaving from being questioned by him about Beatrice's death?
2. What information do Jury and Grace share about Grace possibly being poisoned?
3. How is Lady St. Leger described when her character is introduced in Chapter 11?
4. What was Brown's assignment when she was placed at Bonaventure?
5. What does Parmenger say to Jury while being questioned about Beatrice's murder?
6. How does Susan Assington appear to the group when it arrives at Spinney Abbey during the snowstorm?
7. How does Jury come to realize that Melrose and Vivian are in the area when he arrives at the Jerusalem Inn?
8. What information does Melrose offer Jury about Elizabeth St. Leger when they unexpectedly meet up in the Jerusalem Inn?
9. What theory of Beatrice's murder do Jury and Melrose discuss at the Jerusalem Inn when they are there with Tom and Robbie?
10. What is confusing to the guests about Beatrice's murder scene?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose at least one female character from "Jerusalem Inn" and discuss at least three ways she goes against traditional gender stereotypes of someone like her.
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast Jury and Melrose, making sure to use direct evidence and examples from the text to support your thesis.
Essay Topic 3
Analyze at least three aspects of "Jerusalem Inn" that makes the novel believable as well as what literary devices Grimes uses to create that level of believability OR analyze at least three aspects of "Jerusalem Inn" that makes the novel unbelievable as well as what literary devices Grimes does not use effectively to create a level of believability in the story.
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