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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jack Crawford think that Dr. Lecter knows about Buffalo Bill?
(a) Buffalo Bill's reason for killing.
(b) Buffalo Bill's mode of transportation.
(c) Buffalo Bill's true identity.
(d) Buffalo Bill's favorite meal.
2. What does the Senator offer to Jack Crawford to entice him into taking her daughter's case?
(a) A job advancement.
(b) A substantial raise with enticing benefits.
(c) The opportunity to get his name in the paper.
(d) The use of a Lear jet so he can fly home each night to be with his ailing wife.
3. What did Dr. Lecter tell Clarice she would find in the Packard?
(a) A valentine.
(b) A collection of 8-track tapes.
(c) Dr. Lecter's patient notes.
(d) A dead body.
4. How does Buffalo Bill subdue his latest victim?
(a) He gives her GHB.
(b) He ties her to a chair with rope.
(c) He injects her with a powerful sedative.
(d) He cracks her over the head repeatedly with his plaster cast.
5. Where is Dr. Lecter moved to upon Senator Martin's orders?
(c) To the Museum of Natural Science.
6. Who killed Benjamin Raspail and why?
(a) Benjamin Raspail killed himself during auto-erotic asphyxiation.
(b) Dr. Lecter killed Benjamin Raspail because he was whiny and making no progress.
(c) Jack Crawford killed Benjamin Raspail because he tried to get away.
(d) Benjamin Raspail is still alive.
7. What happened to Benjamin Raspail's car?
(a) It was sold three times and finally tracked to the latest owner.
(b) It was parked in an impound lot and forgotten.
(c) It was sold to a reckless teenager who wrecked it.
(d) It was smashed into a cube.
8. What creature from her childhood reminds Clarice of Dr. Chilton?
(a) An opportunistic crow.
(b) A preening rooster.
(c) An insignificant ant.
(d) A glue factory bound horse.
9. Who is Benjamin Raspail?
(a) A flutist for the Baltimore Philharmonic who disappeared in March of 1975.
(b) A psychiatrist who likes to play mind games with law enforcement.
(c) A cheap redneck, one generation out of the mines.
(d) Starling's African-American roommate.
10. What kind of insect does the Erebus odora cocoon belong to?
(a) The Darius Moth.
(b) The Monarch Butterfly.
(c) The Black Witch Moth.
(d) The Skinner Butterfly.
11. What does Catherine see that finally brings home the identity of her abductor?
(a) A bucket of buffalo wing bones.
(b) A poodle.
(c) A broken, bloody fingernail with glitter nail polish.
(d) A broken cast.
12. How long does the FBI have before the Baltimore police department begins to "strong-arm" Dr. Lecter for information on the victim's whereabouts?
(a) Three weeks.
(b) Twenty-four hours.
(c) A week.
(d) Three days.
13. What did Clarice take with her when she ran away from the ranch, and why did she take it?
(a) She took her favorite horse, hoping to save its life.
(b) She takes a friend's phone number so she can call for a ride.
(c) She took food and water because she knew it would be a long trip.
(d) She took her suitcase and photo album because they contained everything that reminded her of her father.
14. What does the Senator do to try to get Buffalo Bill to see her daughter as a person, not a victim?
(a) She shows pictures of her daughter as a child.
(b) She repeats her daughter's name.
(c) She asks Buffalo Bill to let her daughter call home.
(d) She offers Buffalo Bill all of her daughter's money.
15. The flutist for the Baltimore Philharmonic was missing two organs when he was discovered. Clarice's background in meat processing allows her to recognize these organs as what?
(a) The vital organs.
(b) The sweetmeats.
(c) The shepherd's pie.
(d) The sweetbreads.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Jame Gumb's physical description?
2. What did Jame Gumb do to Klaus?
3. In Chapter 6, Clarice receives permission to explore what?
4. Dr. Chilton hints to Dr. Lecter that two people are having an affair. What are the names of those two people?
5. Who killed the man in the Packard and why?
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