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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long before the bombing does Winnie's mother move from the Verloc residence into the charity home?
(a) A couple of days.
(b) Approximately a year.
(c) Several months.
(d) A few weeks.
2. What reason does the assistant commissioner give the secretary of state to have Heat removed from the investigation of that explosion?
(a) Heat has expressed his opinion that the case is unimportant since the bomber was killed and is no longer a threat.
(b) There are other investigators under his authority with neutral views who would be better suited to pursue the case.
(c) The case is much too sensitive and may explode into a national matter.
(d) Heat's opinion regarding the matter is too jaded to pursue the case satisfactorily.
3. After assuring Winnie that things will turn out all right in their escape, what does Ossipon do?
(a) As Winnie is exhausted, he allows her to fall asleep while he watches over her.
(b) He jumps, taking all of Mr. Verloc's money along with him and leaving Winnie behind.
(c) He jumps, but takes only a relatively small amount of money along with him.
(d) He jumps, fearing being caught aiding Winnie, and leaves the money with her.
4. In chapter 7, what does the assistant commissioner ensure when he returns to his office following his evening meeting with the secretary of state?
(a) That surveillance is placed on the Verloc shop.
(b) That no one can observe the assistant commissioner executing his plan.
(c) That Heat has already departed for his home.
(d) That an investigator is assigned to follow Heat.
5. In addition to being aware that Winnie's mother left, what else is Mr. Verloc's reaction to the domestic troubles in his home?
(a) While concerned, he is trusting Winnie will resolve them.
(b) He approaches Winnie in an attempt to resolve them.
(c) He tells Winnie to hire a neighbor to clean and he will help too.
(d) He is mainly oblivious.
6. What concern does the secretary of state express when briefed by the assistant commissioner regarding his suspect of the Greenwich Park explosion?
(a) That Mrs. Verloc was not questioned and placed under house arrest.
(b) That Mr. Verloc was not put in prison.
(c) That Mr. Vladimir was not put in prison.
(d) That Mr. Vladimir was not arrested and interrogated.
7. What is Winnie's response to Mr. Verloc immediately after Heat leaves their home?
(a) She refuses to listen, only thinking about her brother and and mother, and the sacrifices she has made for them.
(b) She listens, also thinking about Stevie and the sacrifices she has made for her brother.
(c) She only barely listens, thinking more about Stevie and her mother, and sacrifices she has made for them.
(d) She listens, but nothing is registering as she is simultaneously thinking about the times she spent with Stevie and her mother.
8. What does Winnie silently promise herself after Stevie's encounter with the cab driver?
(a) That her brother will never want for anything he needs or be poor.
(b) That once her mother returns her entire family will never want for anything or be poor.
(c) That she will ensure her brother never moves from her home.
(d) That she will somehow come up with enough money so her mother can leave the charity home.
9. What does Mr. Verloc tell his wife when he finds her right after Heat leaves their home?
(a) He begins to describe his second life as a secret agent. but in thinking how he must describe Stevie's death to Winnie begins to cry.
(b) He begins to describe his second life as a secret agent, and he explains all that has transpired so far.
(c) He says how sorry he is that Stevie died.
(d) He begins to describe his second life as a secret agent, and explains all that has transpired so far, except how Stevie was killed.
10. After stabbing Mr Verloc, Winnie's reaction is to what?
(a) To let out a faint shriek, snatch quickly at her skirts, and run to the door.
(b) To let out a loud scream, faint, and fall to the floor.
(c) To make no sound at all beyond gathering her purse and walking calmly to the door.
(d) To begin sobbing uncontrolably and fall to her knees beside Mr. Verloc's body.
11. As they prepare to escape from Lonaon, how much of Mr. Verloc's money does Winnie give to Ossipon, and what does she tell him aids in the use of it?
(a) She gives him half of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable.
(b) She gives him all of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable.
(c) She gives him all but a little of her husband's money and stipulates she does not know if it is traceable, but he banked out of the country.
(d) She gives him part of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable as he banked in Switzerland.
12. Once having interviewed Mr. Verloc, what is it that the assistant commissioner quickly stresses to the secretary of state that he learned during his investigation regarding the Greenwich Park bombing?
(a) He does not feel Mr. Verloc will leave the country, but he has had an officer assigned to follow him.
(b) That Michaelis is cleared of any involvement.
(c) That Mrs. Verloc's testimony easily implicates the first secretary of the French embassy.
(d) That Mr. Verloc should be offered immunity in exchange for his testimony.
13. What agitates Stevie at breakfast on the morning Mr. Verloc returns from his trip?
(a) When a neighbor man starts complaining about the poor not being granted basic health care, and education and occupational training opportunities.
(b) When a neighbor woman starts complaining about the difficulties in raising children with little money.
(c) When a neighbor woman starts complaining about the difficulties in raising children with little governmental support.
(d) When a neighbor woman starts complaining about the discrimination in not allowing woman an equal vote.
14. When Ossipon encounters Winnie in the street not far from her shop on the evening of Mr. Verloc's death, he subsequently accompanies her to the Verloc parlor and he believes what?
(a) That Mr. Verloc was killed during a bank robbery attempt.
(b) That Mr. Verloc had killed a police officer and was caught.
(c) That Mr. Verloc had blown himself up earlier that day.
(d) That Mr. Verloc had killed a foreign political figure and fled.
15. On the afternoon he returns from his trip, why does Mr. Verloc decides he will go outside?
(a) To get a copy of the afternoon newspaper at a cafe.
(b) To take a carriage ride.
(c) To go to the neighborhood park for some fresh air.
(d) To take a walk.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the assistant commissioner's action with the secretary of state's private secretary early in the evening of the Greenwich Park bombing?
2. On the evening of Stevie's death after Winnie has gone upstairs, what happens when Mr. Verloc enters his parlor and finds the meal his wife prepared earlier laid out?
3. What does Winnie request of her husband in response to his decision to go outside on the afternoon of his first day back from his trip?
4. What does Mr. Verloc give his wife to hide on the evening of the bombing, and where does she place it?
5. On the evening of Mr. Verloc's death, Ossipon suggests they take a midnight train away, however, Winnie insists on returning to the shop saying she recalls what?
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