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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 46 - 50.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Of what did Senator Martin accuse Clarice?
(a) Having an affair with Jack Crawford.
(b) Having bad fashion sense.
2. What question does Buffalo Bill ask of the girl he abducts in Chapter 15?
(a) If she likes popcorn.
(b) If she is a Chianti drinker.
(c) If her mother knows that she is smoking hashish.
(d) If she is about a size fourteen.
3. What makes Senator Martin afraid that she has trusted a fool in trusting Dr. Chilton?
(a) Dr. Chilton removes all of Dr. Lecter's restraints.
(b) Dr. Chilton removes Dr. Lecter's mask with a theatrical flourish.
(c) Dr. Chilton starts babbling from the moment he meets the Senator.
(d) Dr. Chilton calls Senator Martin's daughter by the wrong name.
4. Why did Jack Crawford turn down Dr. Lecter's original offer of assistance in the Buffalo Bill case?
(a) Because Dr. Lecter lied about what he knew.
(b) Because Dr. Lecter was a convicted murderer.
(c) Because Dr. Lecter made a previous offer of assistance resulted in the near-death of an FBI agent.
(d) Because Dr. Lecter's first offer was not sincere.
5. Why does Jack Crawford tell Clarice to keep any inside information from Dr. Chilton?
(a) Dr. Chilton will compromise the case for his own notoriety.
(b) Dr. Chilton will try to solve the case on his own.
(c) Dr. Chilton has been known to sell information to the tabloids.
(d) Jack Crawford thinks Dr. Chilton could be Buffalo Bill's true identity.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jame Gumb do to Klaus?
2. Where does Clarice confront Jack Crawford about staying on the case?
3. What does Jack Crawford think the FBI will need to do in order to convince Dr. Lecter to assist them in the Buffalo Bill investigation?
4. What is Jame Gumb's physical description?
5. In Chapter 27, what does Dr. Chilton remove from the school desk while Dr. Lecter looks on?
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