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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the British hope to convince the Danish Crown Prince to do?
(a) Become privateers for the British.
(b) Stay neutral.
(c) Recruit Danes for the British forces.
(d) Send the Danish fleet to Britain.
2. Where are Willsen and Lavisser going together in several days?
3. What can wealthy men learn in Willsen's club?
(a) Poetry and engineering.
(b) It is not a place where learning takes place.
(c) Fencing and pistols.
(d) Bridge and chess.
4. What does Sharpe do as he is riding in the hay wagon?
(a) Making plans to retrieve the gold.
(c) Plotting revenge against Pumphrey.
(d) Plotting revenge against Lavisser.
5. Where does Aksel say Skovaard is?
(a) Living in Drurse.
(b) With the Crown Prince.
(c) Has never lived in Copenhagen.
(d) No longer living at the warehouse.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens when Sharpe and Bang pass through the city gates?
2. In what does Sharpe say he is interested?
3. What does Baird say that seems to momentarily shock Lavisser?
4. Where is Astrid?
5. What does Lavisser tell Sharpe and Barker to do once that have made landfall?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Lavisser and how does he act in the carriage as they are riding to the docks?
2. How is Sharpe tricked and what does he do?
3. Describe the approach of the British ships to the Danish shore.
4. How does Sharpe rescue Skovaard?
5. What does Sharpe do and think after fleeing Wapping Steps.
6. Why is Richard Sharpe angry about his commission and how did he get a commission?
7. What does Captain Dunnett announce to his troops concerning stealing from the Danes. and who appears to have already done so?
8. What does Skovaard read to Sharpe out of a Danish newspaper and what does Skovaard do?
9. How does Sharpe come to be Skovaard's protector?
10. How does Sharpe get to Copenhagen?
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