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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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) That Mrs. Verloc's testimony easily implicates the first secretary of the French embassy.
(b) That Michaelis is cleared of any involvement.
(c) That Mr. Verloc should be offered immunity in exchange for his testimony.
(d) He does not feel Mr. Verloc will leave the country, but he has had an officer assigned to follow him.
2. 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 all of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable.
(b) 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.
(c) She gives him half of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable.
(d) She gives him part of her husband's money and stipulates it is untraceable as he banked in Switzerland.
3. Once the Assistant Commissioner arrives at the reported center of the empire, there are several constables who do what upon seeing him departing the vehicle?
(a) Turn away from him.
(b) Challenge him for identification.
(c) Announce a good evening to him.
(d) Salute him.
4. Following a verbal confrontation between Winnie and Mr. Verloc on the evening she learns of Stevie's death, what does her Mr. Verloc presume?
(a) He is convinced he will be going to prison soon, and Winnie will need to operate the shop.
(b) He is convinced he will be going to court soon, and Winnie will need to operate the shop.
(c) She needs to make herself ready so they may depart at a moment's notice.
(d) He will be arrested soon if they do not sell the shop quickly and leave the country.
5. On the evening of Stevie's death, when Winnie goes upstairs, what does her husband think she is going to do?
(a) Write a note to her mother.
(c) Prepare to leave.
6. When Mrs. Verloc looked back into the parlor where Mr. Verloc was dead, how did he appear to her?
7. How does Mrs. Verloc feel about her mother's decision to move out?
(a) She is happy her mother has a place to live.
(b) She feels slighted and so readily agrees.
(c) She feels slighted and is unhappy.
(d) She is upset, but understands.
8. Where does the Assistant Commissioner go after leaving his office early in the evening of the Greenwich Park blast?
(a) He walks directly to the secretary of state's private rooms to brief him on the explosion earlier that day.
(b) Before he confers with the secretary of state, he takes a tram to Greenwich Park to observe the bomb scene prior to sunset.
(c) Before he confers with the secretary of state, he grabs a quick bite to eat at a restaurant near the police station.
(d) Before he confers with the secretary of state, he goes to the coroner's office to confer regarding the bombing victim.
9. What is the secretary of state's response to the assistant commissioner's request to have Heat removed from the investigation of the Greenwich Park explosion?
(a) He dismisses Heat and directs the assistant commissioner to report back to him that same night.
(b) He dismisses Heat and directs the assistant commissioner to report back to him within forty-eight hours.
(c) He retains Heat on the case and directs the assistant commissioner to participate in the investigation personally as well.
(d) He dismisses Heat and directs the Assistant Commissioner to assign other investigators under his direct supervision to the case.
10. Who does the assistant commissioner find outside the Verloc pornography shop on the evening of the Greenwich Park bombing?
(a) A stocky, middle-aged male just leaving
(b) Bright streetlamps offering little place to hide.
(c) A police officer walking past on his beat.
(d) An individual closing the shop up.
11. What does Mr. Verloc attempt to convince his wife of concerning their relationship in their conversation after Heat departs their home?
(a) That he has done everything he could to support her and her family and that should be sufficient.
(b) How they will be able to sell the shop and live freely in the country without further troubles as he has been granted immunity for his testimony.
(c) How deeply in love he is with her and will do anything to make Winnie's loss up to her.
(d) How deeply in love he is with her and that should be sufficient for now.
12. 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?
(a) She failed to lock the shop door.
(b) She left the lights on in the shop.
(c) She failed to lock the shop vault.
(d) She left behind a large sum of money.
13. On the evening she learns of Stevies' death, what happens when Winnie comes downstairs dressed in black, including a veil and small purse as though she is going out?
(a) Her husband advises Winnie she shall only go out that evening to advise her mother regarding Stevie, and then only if he escorts her.
(b) Her husband advises Winnie she may go out that evening, but only if he escorts her.
(c) Her husband advises Winnie she shall not go out that evening, not even to advise her mother regarding Stevie.
(d) Her husband advises Winnie she shall not go out that evening, except to advise her mother regarding Stevie.
14. What is Stevie's reaction when he later talks to the cab driver and learns of his plight in caring for four children and wife while having to do cab work at night?
(a) He becomes quite troubled about the poor, initially stating the police should help the poor, but later appears to have his mind on other things and to have forgotten the matter.
(b) He becomes quite troubled about the poor and their difficulties, and while awaiting a hansom tells Winnie the police should take care of it.
(c) He becomes quite upset about the poor and their difficulties, and enroute to the train tells Winnie it is a matter the police should take care of.
(d) He becomes quite troubled about the poor and their difficulties, and when going to the bus stop tells Winnie the police should take care of it.
15. How do Winnie and Ossipon plan to make their way to the point of departure in their escape from London?
(b) Separately, with Winnie wearing her veil and Ossipon wearing his hat down low.
(d) Together, with Winnie wearing her hood over her head.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Winnie explain to Stevie about the purpose of the police when he states they should do something for the poor?
2. When briefed, what is the secretary of state told was the intended bombing target?
3. Comrade Ossipon appears in the vicinity of the Verloc residence on the night of Mr. Verloc's death and finds Mrs. Verloc appearing in what condition to him?
4. What is Winnie's response to Mr. Verloc immediately after Heat leaves their home?
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?
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