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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 shall not go out that evening, not even to advise her mother regarding Stevie.
(c) Her husband advises Winnie she may go out that evening, but only if he escorts her.
(d) Her husband advises Winnie she shall not go out that evening, except to advise her mother regarding Stevie.
2. How do Winnie and Ossipon plan to make their way to the point of departure in their escape from London?
(a) Together, with Winnie wearing her hood over her head.
(d) Separately, with Winnie wearing her veil and Ossipon wearing his hat down low.
3. 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 a spouse who will not leave the country.
(b) The subject has no place to go to without being found and then incurring further problems.
(c) The subject will not leave their professional responsibilities.
(d) The subject will not leave in hopes of reducing potential punishment.
4. 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 the parlor.
(b) In the shop.
(c) In her bedroom.
(d) In the kitchen.
5. 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.
6. 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 problems to the secretary of state.
(d) That Chief Inspector Heat has arrived to report his findings and that things have gone smoothly thus far.
7. When confronting Mr. Vladimir on the evening of the Greenwich Park explosion, the assistant commissioner is virtually quoting Heat when he says what?
(a) "We can put our finger on every anarchist here."
(b) "There is always someone willing to talk in exchange for a reduced sentence."
(c) "We were able to pinpoint the perpetrator of this incident in under twenty-four hours."
(d) "We can locate any terrorist within a day."
8. What sort of restaurant does the assistant commissioner eat dinner at on the evening of the Greenwich Park blast?
9. 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?
(a) Michaelis's patroness.
(b) The police commissioner.
(c) His wife.
10. In Chapter 9, when does Mr. Verloc return from his trip?
(a) Two weeks later.
(b) A week later.
(c) Ten days later.
(d) A month later.
11. What is the assistant commissioner's response to the secretary of state's decision to have Heat removed from the investigation of the Greenwich Park explosion?
(a) The assistant commissioner is excited and more pleased to share a high-quality brandy and Cuban cigar with the secretary of state while discussing international issues.
(b) It pleases the assistant commissioner who then outlines his plan of action before departing.
(c) It pleases the assistant commissioner who promptly departs without further discussion on the matter except to assure the secretary of state he will return as directed.
(d) It displeases the assistant commissioner who, nevertheless, outlines his plan of action before departing.
12. When briefed, what is the secretary of state told was the intended bombing target?
(a) The main square in Greenwich.
(b) The area bombed in Greenwich Park.
(c) The Greenwich tram station.
(d) The Greenwich Observatory.
13. 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 Mrs. Verloc's testimony easily implicates the first secretary of the French embassy.
(c) That Michaelis is cleared of any involvement.
(d) That Mr. Verloc should be offered immunity in exchange for his testimony.
14. With the fear of the gallows looming ahead of her, what is it Winnie initially decides to do on the night of Mr. Verloc's death?
(a) Jump in front of a tram.
(b) Jump from a bridge.
(c) Poison herself.
(d) Slit her wrists.
15. 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) He tells Winnie to hire a neighbor to clean and he will help too.
(b) While concerned, he is trusting Winnie will resolve them.
(c) He is mainly oblivious.
(d) He approaches Winnie in an attempt to resolve them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Stevie's reaction when the cab driver starts whipping the horse during the ride to his mother's charity home?
2. Specifically, what is it Winnie offers in exchange for Ossipon's assistance in escape on the evening of Mr. Verloc's demise?
3. What does Mr. Verloc tell his wife when he finds her right after Heat leaves their home?
4. Why does Mrs. Verloc's mother wish to move into a charity home?
5. When it becomes apparent during their confrontation that Winnie wants to leave him, what does Mr. Verloc say to get a response from her?
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