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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 strategy does Castenschiold finally decide to take?
(a) Attack rather than defend.
(b) Retreat until the negotiations are successful.
(c) Defend with half his troops and attack with the other half.
(d) Defend rather than attack.
2. How many guineas does Visser think England sent with Lavisser?
3. What does Chase not want to do?
(a) Any more bombing of Copenhagen.
(b) Help Sharpe rescue Skovaard and kill Lavisser.
(c) Order Sharpe back to British lines.
(d) Kill Barker.
4. What does Visser believe about Sharpe?
(a) That he will not kill her.
(b) That he will let her go.
(c) That he will return the gold to the British.
(d) That he intends to keep the gold..
5. What is Sharpe assigned to do?
(a) Deal with Skovaard.
(b) Deal with Pumphrey.
(c) Deal with Barker.
(d) Deal with Lavisser.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Sharpe wait to enter the city?
2. What is the Danish Crown Prince preparing to do?
3. Who questions Sharpe along with Gordon?
4. What does Bang tell Sharpe about staying in the city?
5. What does Hopper express about Grace on behalf of the crew?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Sharpe see sleeping on a chair and how does he deduce who she is?
2. Describe the interaction between Sharpe and Bang at the end of this chapter.
3. Describe Sharpe's converstion with Madam Visser.
4. What transpires at the meeting Peyman has with his aides?
5. What does Pumphrey say to Sharpe about his Army career and how does Pumphrey imply that Sharpe should cooperate?
6. What transpires between Astrid and Sharpe concerning their relationship?
7. What is said about General Castenschiold's Danish militia?
8. How does Sharpe shock Wellsley when he arrives at Lavisser's family home?
9. Who takes a liking to Sharpe among the Danish citizens and how does Sharpe save the man's life?
10. What does Castenschiold plan to do in response to the British presence?
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