Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the visitor describe Holmes's ability to know so much about her without her saying anything?
(a) Psychic abilities.
(b) Acute observance.
(c) Really good guesses.
(d) Plain clues.
2. What did Helen hear on the morning she went to see Sherlock Holmes?
(a) Maniacal laughter.
(b) A metal clanging.
(c) A cranking wood sound.
(d) A high whistling.
3. What did Helen hear when she left her room on the night her sister died?
(a) Creaking wood.
(c) Maniacal laughter.
(d) Metallic clanging.
4. Why did the narrator take so long to write about this case?
(a) He made a promise of secrecy.
(b) He forgot about it.
(c) He never had time to write about it.
(d) He was unsure if people would believe it.
5. How does Watson describe the countryside as he and Holmes travel through it?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Holmes see walking along the path to the house?
2. Why was the Chimney not a valid entrance into Julia's room?
3. What does Holmes say is the most important fact of Helen's description of Julia?
4. How did the young lady's mother die?
5. What was the occupation of the young lady's father before he died?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to the Roylott fortune?
2. What does Holmes do as Dr. Roylott insults him in his house?
3. Aside from the money and the estate, what was the other legacy handed down to the Roylott men?
4. How is Roylott acting when he gets back to his house?
5. What does Holmes do on the lawn after his investigation of Roylott's room?
6. Why has the narrator waited so long to write this story, and why is he writing it now?
7. How does Holmes figure out the young lady's mode of transportation to his house?
8. How did Julia die?
9. What does Holmes say to try and dissuade Watson from joining the plan that night, and how does Watson respond to this?
10. What is worrying Helen about her engagement?
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