Lord Hornblower Quiz | Eight Week Quiz D

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 8, 9, and 10.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is a chasse-marée?
(a) A French gunboat.
(b) A nickname for a French officer equivalent to a lieutenant.
(c) A French cannon mounted on the battery.
(d) A French cannon on a ship.

2. When does Hornblower learn long splicing?
(a) He never learns.
(b) As a midshipmen.
(c) Before he boards his first ship.
(d) Just recently while he is convalescing.

3. What happens if a ship like Porta Coeli captures an enemy ship?
(a) The officers and crew split the prize money from the sale and refit of the ship.
(b) The officers automatically get a promotion.
(c) The crew gets one hour to do as they like on the enemy ship.
(d) The enemy ship is set on fire and sunk.

4. Who gives Hornblower his next assignment in the beginning of the book?
(a) No one, he already has an assignment.
(b) Prince of Wales.
(c) Duke of Wellington.
(d) Lord St. Vincent.

5. What happens as the Porta Coeli sights the Flame?
(a) The Flame raises sails to meet them.
(b) The Flame sends a boat over to negotiate.
(c) Hornblower gives orders to fire.
(d) Another ship appears.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Hornblower suffer from that he finds embarrassing?

2. What is the universal signal to show that there is a Captain in a boat?

3. What is typical of a crew's share of the prize money from a captured enemy ship?

4. What does Hornblower do with Lieutenant Chadwick?

5. What is the first thing Hornblower does when he returns from the Flame to the Porta Coeli?

(see the answer key)

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