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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. Where does Sharpe obtain his fortune over which he gives Jane power?
(a) It was given to him as part of his knighting.
(b) He inherited it.
(c) The Battle of Toulouse.
(d) The battle of Vitoria.
2. What help does the person in question #82 give Sharpe and Frederickson?
(a) Obtains horses for a trip.
(b) Gets the guards drunk.
(c) Takes a counter charge to the clerk of the court.
(d) Writes the lawyer in London.
3. What do Fredrickson's men call him in affection?
(a) Junk yard dog.
(b) Sweet William.
(c) One-eyed Willie.
(d) Bear head.
4. What are the British getting ready to do at the beginning of this book?
(a) Surround Paris.
(b) Invade the African coast.
(c) Invade Toulouse.
(d) Accept terms from Spain.
5. How does Sharpe act upon being told the charges?
(b) Flustered and argumentative.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Ducos go in Chapter 9?
2. Under what rule is Bordeaux when Sharpe and Frederickson are there?
3. In what role does Harper join Sharpe and Frederickson?
4. What does Sharpe believe about his incredible luck in battle?
5. With whom does Jane begin to associate in London?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Soult do with Toulouse following the British assault?
2. What do Sharpe and Frederickson decide to do and how does Harper help?
3. What does Peter d'Alembord do with Shape and his companions?
4. What do the British at Toulouse learn after the battle about Napoleon?
5. What does Napoleon do when he is worried about failure and who does he use to help him?
6. What do Sharpe and his companions do when they leave Bordeaux?
7. What happens as Sharpe and the others are about to board a ship in Bordeaux?
8. With whom does Sharpe duel and why?
9. Describe Henri Lassan's sister.
10. Who has set up the charges against Sharpe and Frederickson and what do the British authorities know?
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