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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Having returned to her residence with Ossipon on the evening she murdered Mr. Verloc, where does Winnie see that the light remains on?
(a) In her bedroom.
(b) In the shop.
(c) In the parlor.
(d) In the kitchen.
2. What does Private Secretary Toodles initially assume when the assistant sommissioner arrives unexpectedly soon at the office of the secretary of state?
(a) That the assistant commissioner has arrived to report that something has gone wrong to the secretary of state.
(b) That the assistant commissioner has come to report his findings and that things have gone smoothly thus far.
(c) That Chief Inspector Heat has arrived to report his findings and that things have gone smoothly thus far.
(d) That Chief Inspector Heat has arrived to report problems to the secretary of state.
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, but takes only a relatively small amount of money along with him.
(c) He jumps, taking all of Mr. Verloc's money along with him and leaving Winnie behind.
(d) He jumps, fearing being caught aiding Winnie, and leaves the money with her.
4. After Winnie's mother has moved, Mrs. Verloc attempts to convey her concerns that Stevie will soon become depressed. Mr. Verloc tells her to bring in a neighbor woman to assist her because he will be where?
(a) He will be leaving the country to conduct business in the coming weeks.
(b) He will be leaving the country to visit an old friend in the coming weeks
(c) He will be leaving London for France for a school reunion and to visit friends in the coming weeks.
(d) He will be going out of town to buy property in the coming weeks.
5. When Mr. Verloc confronts Winnie on the night of Stevies death, what does he say about the death?
(a) It was just as well Stevie was dead for his own sake, and with her mother now gone Winnie could be totally attentive to him.
(b) It was Stevie who managed to trip and detonate the blast.
(c) Stevie insisted on carrying the bomb and Mr.Verloc was not able to convince him otherwise.
(d) Winnie was as responsible for Stevie's death as Mr. Verloc was, since she made him take Stevie for the walk.
6. What does the assistant commissioner observe at the restaurant he has dinner at on the evening of the Greenwich Park explosion?
(a) There are few customers and he will be able to finish quickly.
(b) It is crowded, so he is able to blend in.
(c) Many patrons are speaking the language of the restaurant's nationality.
(d) All the customers appear lacking a nationality.
7. What is Winnie's response to Mr. Verloc immediately after Heat leaves their home?
(a) She listens, also thinking about Stevie and the sacrifices she has made for her brother.
(b) She listens, but nothing is registering as she is simultaneously thinking about the times she spent with Stevie and her mother.
(c) She only barely listens, thinking more about Stevie and her mother, and sacrifices she has made for them.
(d) She refuses to listen, only thinking about her brother and and mother, and the sacrifices she has made for them.
8. How does Mrs. Verloc feel about her mother's decision to move out?
(a) She is upset, but understands.
(b) She feels slighted and so readily agrees.
(c) She feels slighted and is unhappy.
(d) She is happy her mother has a place to live.
9. On which road is Mr. Verloc's shop and residence located?
(a) Bartlett Street.
(b) Brett Street
(c) Burke Avenue.
(d) Soho Street.
10. How did Mrs. Verloc's mother convince officials to allow her a place in a charity home when she had family to take care of her?
(a) She flirted with the main official who interviewed her and he was attracted to her.
(b) She agreed to work in the kitchen or help with other disabled residents if she were allowed in.
(c) She cried each time she was pushed for answers and charmed her way with the officials.
(d) She had her simple-minded son along when she was interviewed to stress her family's plight.
11. What is Mr. Verloc's initial response to his wife's request concerning Stevie, in Chapter 9?
(a) Although his wife has not made such a request previously, he is not surprised now that her mother has left.
(b) He is not surprised, as his wife has made such requests several times before.
(c) While she has made no such request before, his wife's asking now is no surprise given her emotions lately.
(d) He is surprised, as his wife has never made such a request previously.
12. What does Winnie explain to Stevie about the purpose of the police when he states they should do something for the poor?
(a) They aid people not merely because they are poor, but to ensure the rich do not steal from them.
(b) They aid people not merely because they are poor, but to ensure they do not steal things from rich people.
(c) They aid people not merely because they are poor, but to keep everyone safe.
(d) The poor do not pay their taxes, so the police do not help them.
13. When asked, what is it that the secretary of state is told that makes it unnecessary to incarcerate the person he is concerned about?
(a) The subject has no place to go to without being found and then incurring further problems.
(b) The subject will not leave their professional responsibilities.
(c) The subject has a spouse who will not leave the country.
(d) The subject will not leave in hopes of reducing potential punishment.
14. 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 she will somehow come up with enough money so her mother can leave the charity home.
(c) That she will ensure her brother never moves from her home.
(d) That once her mother returns her entire family will never want for anything or be poor.
15. How does Winnie learn Stevie was killed in the bombing earlier that day at Greenwich Park?
(a) Winnie determines herself it was Stevie as her husband returned late without him and was acting strangely.
(b) When Heat figures out it was Winnie's brother who was killed, he then delivers this news to her in person.
(c) Winnie listened through the keyhole between the parlor and the kitchen when Heat interviewed her husband.
(d) Heat shows her Stevie's overcoat name tag and she reads the newspaper article about the bombing.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the assistant commissioner send a note to before he departs his office for the second time on the evening of the Greenwich Park explosion?
2. Where does the Assistant Commissioner go after leaving his office early in the evening of the Greenwich Park blast?
3. After stabbing Mr Verloc, Winnie's reaction is to what?
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?
5. What is Winnie concerned about while Mr. Verloc is on his trip in Chapter 9?
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