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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is the inn where Paris spends his last night on shore?
(a) River Road.
(b) Creek Row
(c) Ocean Blvd.
(d) Water Street.
2. Why is Kemp well-respected?
(a) Because of his wealth.
(b) Because of his singing talent.
(c) Because of his personality.
(d) Because of his family.
3. What are the men aboard the ship preparing for in Book One, Part Four?
(a) The arrival of the Africans.
(b) The weather.
(c) Their departure.
(d) A card game.
4. Who is the narrator of this story?
(a) Sarah Wolpert.
(b) Matthew Paris.
(c) Erasmus Kemp.
(d) Luther Sawdust.
5. Who does Erasmus confront in Book One, Part Four?
6. Who hires a private investigator in Book One, Part Three?
(a) Mr. Kemp.
(b) Mr. Wolpert.
(c) Mr. Thurso.
(d) Mr. Barton.
7. What does Erasmus spot in the shadows when he gets lost in the city?
(b) A dying man.
(c) A hungry family.
(d) Stolen goods.
8. Who is asked to quit the play?
9. Who does Thurso decide to have flogged?
(a) James Wilson.
(b) Matthew Paris.
(d) His son.
10. Who does Erasmus say that he is going to the Wolpert home to see?
(c) Mr. Wolpert.
11. What does Paris eat in Book One, Part 3?
12. Whose blood is seen on the deck of the ship?
(a) It is unclear.
(d) A little boy's.
13. Who gives Erasmus permission to propose to Sarah?
(a) His priest.
(b) His uncle.
(c) Her father.
(d) His father.
14. Who argues over the value of each slave?
(a) Thurso and Paris.
(b) Paris and Kemp.
(c) Thurso and Yellow Henry.
(d) Adams and Henry.
15. Who thanks the gods in Book One, Part Four?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who reveals her interest in Erasmus?
2. Who is in charge of the men who were tricked to be part of the crew?
3. How old must Sarah be before she can be engaged?
4. Who is discovered to be struggling financially in Book One, Part Four?
5. Which weapon is presented in Book One, Part Two, Chapter 14?
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