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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. Which of the following characters is the murderer?
2. How does Master Osman think of his miniaturists?
(a) As if they have disappointed him greatly.
(b) As if they are his children.
(c) As if they are above the law.
(d) As if they are guilty.
3. Who does Black prepare to arrange the murder to?
(a) To the Sultan.
(b) Head treasurer.
(c) To the judge.
(d) To Hasan.
4. Why does the murderer tell his companions at the coffeehouse two stories?
(a) To spy on his fellow artists.
(b) To ease his loneliness.
(c) To hear their point-of-view on the story.
(d) To cover up his crimes.
5. What is Esther curious about?
(a) What will happen between her and Hayriye.
(b) The rumors about Enishte's death.
(c) What happened to the final illustration.
(d) What will happen to Black.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes to summon Master Osman?
2. Where is Master Osman summoned?
3. How does the Head Treasurer feel about Black's story?
4. Which of the following characters accompanies Master Osman and Black into the Inner Treasury?
5. Why does the murderer go to the dervish lodge?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Butterfly explain while Black searches for the illustrations?
2. What do Black and the other artists do to the murderer?
3. Where does Black take Shekure, Hayriye and Esther?
4. What does the Head Treasurer apologize for?
5. What do Black, Master Osman and the dwarf do while they are locked in the Inner Treasury?
6. What is Butterfly disappointed about and what is he excited about?
7. What stories does Master Osman tell and what is his purpose in looking at the books?
8. What specifically about the portrait the king requested is life like and how is it told that it is life like?
9. What returns for the funeral and how is it described?
10. What two ways does Stork use to draw his horse?
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