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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What reaction does Lucie have when she sees men and women dancing the Carmagnole?
(a) Lucie sees the dance a good omen.
(b) Lucie sees the dance as way for the people to forget their suffering.
(c) Lucie sees the dance as something once innocent, turned cruel and ugly.
(d) Lucie sees the dance as frivolous and a waste of time.
2. Who does Mr. Lorry leave with Lucie, her child, and Miss Pross at their new lodgings?
(c) Doctor Manette
3. Who is Mr. Lorry amazed to see come through the door of Tellson's Bank in Paris?
(a) Mr. and Mrs. Defarge
(b) Lucie and her father
(c) Charles Darnay
(d) Miss Pross
4. What does Carton tell Mr. Lorry about taking Lucie, her father, and her daughter out of Paris?
(a) He tells Lorry to leave the doctor behind if it is necessary.
(b) He tells Lorry to delay the trip if something goes wrong.
(c) He tells Lorry to stay in Paris if the trip seems too dangerous.
(d) He tells Lorry not to delay the trip for any reason.
5. How does Carton manage to get Charles out of his prison cell?
(a) He anesthetizes him and Barsard carries him out.
(b) He lowers a rope from the tower and climbs down.
(c) He goes through a trap door in the floor.
(d) He slips out a secret passageway.
6. What does the evidence against Charles call up in the crowd at the trial?
(a) Their own past offenses
(b) Mercy for the prisoners
(c) A passion for vengeance
(d) Sympathy for Charles
7. What is Carton doing as he rides in the death cart?
(a) Holding the hand of a young girl
(b) Calling to Lucie
8. Why does Charles Darnay feel completely lost when he returns to Paris?
(a) . Charles has forgotten a lot of the French language.
(b) Charles doesn't know any of the people living in Paris now.
(c) Everything about France is suddenly completely changed and unfair.
(d) The streets have all been reworked and changed.
9. Who makes up the Tribunal?
(a) One judge and a jury
(b) Five judges and a jury
(c) Five judges, public prosecutor, and a jury
(d) Three judges and a public prosecutor
10. What is Defarge's response when Charles Darnay asks him to contact Mr. Lorry at Tellson's Bank?
(a) Defarge says that he will be glad to send Lorry a message.
(b) Defarge says that he will do nothing for Charles.
(c) Defarge says nothing.
(d) Defarge says that he will deliver the message himself.
11. What words continue to repeat in Carton's mind as he wanders the streets throughout the night?
(a) I am the resurrection and the life.
(b) Though we walk through the shadows of death
(c) I am who I am.
(d) Father forgive them.
12. What is Mr. Lorry grateful for as he sits in Tellson's Bank in Paris?
(a) He is grateful that he has not been taken prisoner.
(b) He is grateful that he is leaving Paris.
(c) He is grateful that he still has a job.
(d) He is grateful that none of his loved ones are in Paris.
13. How does the universal fear and distrust of the times affect daily life of the citizens?
(a) Citizens are unable to purchase food.
(b) People do not go out of their houses.
(c) Many citizens are leaving France.
(d) The usual harmless ways of life have changed.
14. What becomes of the King of France in this new era of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, and Death?
(a) The king escapes to England for safety.
(b) The king is imprisoned for life.
(c) The king is exile.
(d) The king is tried, doomed, and beheaded.
15. How does Doctor Manette manage to visit Charles in prison?
(a) Manette sneaks past the guards after dark.
(b) Manette becomes the prison's physician.
(c) Manette bribes the guards.
(d) Manette is allowed to visit because of his past imprisonment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one of the frenzied aspirations of the people?
2. What is bothering Lorry about providing shelter for Lucie at Tellson's Bank?
3. Where does Miss Pross run across her long lost brother, Solomon?
4. What bothers Lorry about the Defarges?
5. What is the news Doctor Manette brings to Lucie about her husband?
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