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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. Instead of returning to England, what does Hornblower decide to do while in Nevers?
(a) Go back to Rouen to find his services to the Duke.
(b) Go to Vienna to find Barbara.
(c) Go to Le Havre to find Captain Freeman.
(d) Stay in France with the Comte de Graçay to lead the local resistance.
2. How does the Hornblower's impasse with the Duke d'Angoulême resolve itself?
(a) Hornblower relents, but remembers this day.
(b) The Duke's advisors intervenes and works things out.
(c) Lebrun provides some additional information that saves the day.
(d) The Mayor of Le Havre intervenes and works things out.
3. How does Hornblower know the Comte de Graçay?
(a) He is a good friend of Lord St. Vincent.
(b) He is a spy who Hornblower has dealings with before.
(c) He is a prisoner Hornblower captures then ransoms.
(d) He is a friend who shelters Hornblower when he is a fugitive.
4. Where do they hold the Congress to decide the fate of post-war Europe?
5. What does Hornblower think of the judgment for the mutineers?
(a) He doesn't like it but he isn't going to intervene.
(b) He wishes the ringleader can stand trial.
(c) It is too harsh.
(d) It is justice.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Hornblower plan to do with the militia?
2. What happens to Brown's wife, Annette?
3. At the royal banquet, what does Hornblower realize about his wife?
4. What happens when Hornblower and the French troops exchange gun fire?
5. Why is royalty coming to Le Havre?
Short Essay Questions
1. With Le Havre declaring for the French King, what does Hornblower's superiors in England do?
2. What does the Mayor of Le Havre do when he meets Hornblower? Why is this significant?
3. Why doesn't Hornblower go to Vienna with his wife Barbara?
4. How does Hornblower ruin the evening for his wife at the Duke's banquet and reception? Why is this significant?
5. With Napoleon in power again, what does Hornblower do?
6. What does Napoleon's troops do to further decimate the morale and number of the Comte and his followers? Why?
7. On the evening of Brown's marriage to his sweetheart, the Comte relays some bad news to Hornblower. What is the news and how does it affect Hornblower?
8. What is LeBrun able to do to make it easier for Hornblower to secure the harbor defenses at Le Havre?
9. In the end, no fighting is necessary at Rouen, why?
10. What is Napoleon Bonaparte's response to Le Havre's liberation? Why?
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