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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 Phoebe let her fiance into Lady Audley's rooms?
(a) To admire her new portrait.
(b) To admire her belongings.
(c) To steal her money.
(d) To steal her clothing.
2. Where does Robert finally meet Lady Audley?
(a) Driving in his uncle's carriage.
(b) Driving in his uncle's new automobile.
(c) At the river.
(d) At Audley Court.
3. In what newspapers does Robert tell Lady Audley he placed ads regarding George?
4. What item does Robert see that seems to support the idea that George has left England?
(a) A telegram.
(b) An inscription in a book.
(c) A newspaper article.
(d) A letter.
5. Who does Robert tell Captain Maldon he believes is dead?
(b) Lady Audley.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Lady Audley explain the injury Robert notices?
2. What does Robert try to avoid in everyday affairs?
3. Who does Robert run into by coincidence in Chapter 4 of Volume 1?
4. Why can Alicia not show Robert and George Lady Audley's rooms in Chapter 8 of Volume 1 when they come to visit?
5. To what village do Robert and his friend travel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the age difference between Lucy Graham and Lord Audley's daughter, Alicia?
2. What causes Robert to guess that George never left Essex?
3. What is the cause of tension between Lucy Graham Audley and Alicia Audley?
4. Where does Robert go when he does not find George at his flat in London?
5. Where does George go after Robert falls asleep during a fishing trip?
6. Where does Robert choose to stay after being removed from Audley Court?
7. Why does Lady Audley visit Robert at Mount Stanning?
8. When Robert shows George around Audley Court, what item causes George to become oddly quiet and thoughtful?
9. Who is Robert Audley and how is he related to Lord Audley?
10. Who does Robert learn was in his flat while he was in Essex?
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