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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 does Robert request an invitation to visit Audley Court in Chapter 7 of Volume 1?
(a) To visit his cousin, the love of his life.
(b) To visit his uncle and meet his new aunt.
(c) To visit his uncle and give George more vacation time.
(d) To inquire as to his inheritance.
2. Where is George Talboys returning to England from?
3. Why does Phoebe let her fiance into Lady Audley's rooms?
(a) To admire her new portrait.
(b) To steal her money.
(c) To admire her belongings.
(d) To steal her clothing.
4. Who is Captain Maldon?
(a) George's brother.
(b) Robert's cousin.
(c) George's father-in-law.
(d) Robert's father.
5. Where does Robert decide to begin his search for George?
Short Answer Questions
1. With whom is Robert's friend hoping to reconnect?
2. What makes Robert suspect George ran into some serious misfortune?
3. Why does Robert choose the inn where he stays after leaving Audley Court?
4. Where did Phoebe and her new husband get the money to purchase their new business?
5. With whom does Lady Audley appear to have a close friendship?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the age difference between Lucy Graham and Lord Audley's daughter, Alicia?
2. Where does George go after Robert falls asleep during a fishing trip?
3. Why does Lady Audley visit Robert at Mount Stanning?
4. Who is Sir Harry Towers and what offer does he make to Alicia Audley?
5. What does Robert decide to do in order to keep Georgie safe?
6. Why is a second invitation to Audley Court rescinded after George and Robert arrive in a local village?
7. What injury does Lady Audley have? Why does Robert not believe her explanation for the injury?
8. Who does Robert learn was in his flat while he was in Essex?
9. What does Robert plan to inspect in his flat in London?
10. What causes Robert to guess that George never left Essex?
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