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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who thanks the gods in Book One, Part Four?
2. What is Paris's role on the ship?
3. Who asks Paris to be part of the ship's crew?
(a) Mr. Kemp.
(b) Mr. Thurso.
(c) Mr. Paris.
(d) Mr. Wolpert.
4. Whom of the following is not a member of the Ship's crew?
5. How many workers are killed on the Ship while it is being built?
6. How old must Sarah be before she can be engaged?
7. Whose conflict is the cast of the play discussing in Book One, Part Four?
(a) Bailey's and Aubrey's.
(b) Sarah's and Erasmus'.
(c) Adams' and Erasmus'.
(d) Kemp's and Paris'.
8. What do Thurso and Barton plan to do when they reach shore?
(a) Buy alcohol.
(b) Throw the others overboard.
(c) Abandon ship.
(d) Trade in gold dust.
9. Which weapon is presented in Book One, Part Two, Chapter 14?
(a) A pistol.
(b) A whip.
(c) A bow and arrow.
(d) A musket.
10. Who reveals her interest in Erasmus?
(a) Mrs. Adams.
(c) Mrs. Wolpert.
(d) Ms. Kemp.
11. In what city does the Prologue take place?
(a) St. Louis.
(b) New Orleans.
12. Where does Paris ask to be served his meal?
(a) The captain's quarters.
(b) His cabin.
(c) The galley.
(d) The deck.
13. What does Paris eat in Book One, Part 3?
14. Why does Thurso tell crew members not to beat the other men until after they leave the dock?
(a) He has too much else to do.
(b) He does not want them to jump ship.
(c) He does not want them to tell shore policemen about it..
(d) He does not want them to fight.
15. Who is Erasmus' cousin?
(a) Luther Sawdust.
(b) Matthew Paris.
(c) Sarah Wolpert.
(d) Saul Thurso.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does Paris speak through his journal?
2. Who is present at every stage of the building of the ship?
3. Who tells Daniel about his plan to escape from the ship?
4. Which three men toast in Book One, Part One?
5. Who is the protagonist in this story?
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