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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. How is Harry Carson murdered?
(a) Harry is strangled.
(b) Harry is shot.
(c) Harry is drowned.
(d) Harry is stabbed.
2. Who does Job receive a letter from at the courthouse?
(a) Jem Wilson.
(c) John Barton.
(d) Mr. Bridgenorth.
3. Why does Mary ask a doctor to declare Jane Wilson unfit to travel?
(a) So that Mary does not have to travel with Jane.
(b) So that Jane can rest some more.
(c) So that Mary can save Jem on her own.
(d) So that Jane won't have to testify at Jem's trial.
4. In Liverpool, to where does Mary ask directions from a police officer?
(a) To Water-Shed Yard.
(b) To Milk-House Yard.
(c) To Wine-Lodge Yard.
(d) To Rum-Barn Yard.
5. What does Esther pawn her clothing to purchase?
(b) A present for Mary.
(d) Presentable clothing.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where are the sons of the old boatman?
2. What lie does Job tell Jane about Mary in Chapter 30?
3. In Chapter 31, rather than sleep at night, what does Mary do?
4. After Mary's boat has reached the John Cropper, how does Will say he will return to shore?
5. What is Jane Wilson's condition when Mary goes to see her at the beginning of Chapter 24?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jem ask of Job in the letter he writes him?
2. How does Will Wilson say he will return to the shore?
3. How do the Sturgis' try to revive Mary when she faints at their house?
4. What alibi is found for Jem?
5. How does Esther hide the truth about her living situation from Mary when she visits her?
6. How has Alice Wilson's stroke affected her, and who cares for her?
7. What evidence is there against Jem in the Carson murder case?
8. Why does Margaret tell her grandfather that Mary should be the one to search for Will?
9. What effect does the summons to testify against her son have on Jane Wilson?
10. What does Esther find at the scene of the Carson murder?
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