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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. What is the condition of Doctor Manette at this time?
(a) He is senile and grumpy.
(b) He is fully recovered and energetic.
(c) He is gradually becoming well.
(d) He remains weak and sickly.
2. What becomes of the corrupt Court of France?
(a) It is gone altogether.
(b) Its loyal subjects make it thrive.
(c) It lives on, oppressing the common people.
(d) It continues on but with less corruption.
3. How many people does Miss Pross tell Mr. Lorry come calling for Miss Lucie?
4. Chapter 2
What is the punishment for treason?
(d) Life in prison
5. What does Doctor Manette proceed to do after his daughter's wedding?
(a) Takes a drink
(b) Make shoes
(c) Goes to bed
(d) Sees to patients
Short Answer Questions
1. Chapter 15 What is the gossip of the day at Defarge's wine shop?
2. Who is the prisoner accused of treason?
3. What does Lucie pray as she watches her father sleep?
4. Who does Dickens describe as the idlest and most unpromising man?
5. Chapter 1 What is the physical appearance of the Kings and Queens of England and France?
Short Essay Questions
1. Chapter 8 Summarize the comment Defarge makes to the grieving father who holds his dead child in his hands.
2. Chapter 4 Summarize the news Mr. Lorry bring to Lucie and her reaction to the message.
3. Chapter 4 Describe the look that Doctor Manette gives to Charles Darnay as they stand together after the trial.
4. Chapter 5 Describe the metaphorical relationship between Mr. Stryver and Sydney Carton.
5. Chapter 14 Describe Jerry Cruncher's disreputable occupation.
6. Chapter 6 Summarize the physical and emotional state of Doctor Manette.
7. Chapter 5 Describe the condition of the common people in France.
8. Chapter 2 Summarize the message that Jerry delivers to Mr. Lorry.
9. Chapter 7 Describe the cold heartedness of Marquis Evremonde in this chapter.
10. Chapter 13 Summarize Carton's final comments to Lucie in this chapter.
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