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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Moonlight at Belbury.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Mr. Wither take Mark on in a probationary position instead of the original position offered him?
(a) He has heard some nasty rumors about Mark's disloyalty.
(b) All new employees have to endure a short probation when they begin.
(c) He did not think Mark really wanted the position.
(d) Mark's wife has been seen at St. Anne's.
2. What is so different about Jane wanting so desperately to join St. Anne's from the beginning of the book?
(a) She does not usually like to travel much.
(b) She is not usually a religious person.
(c) She has never done anything without her husband's consent.
(d) She has never wanted to be part of the group before.
3. What happens when Mark distances himself from Belbury?
(a) He begins thinking clearly again.
(b) He is plagued with strange visions.
(c) He longs to return to Belbury.
(d) He feels the need to spread the news of the goodness of the N.I.C.E.
4. What is Bracton College being forced to do after they have already sold off Bragdon Wood?
(a) Hold a funeral proceeding for Mr. Hingest.
(b) Give over half of their staff to aid the progression of the N.I.C.E.
(c) Sell out to the N.I.C.E.
(d) Redirect the Wynd River.
5. Why is Mr. Steele so hostile towards Mark when they are first introduced to each other at Belbury?
(a) He knows that Mark is being hired to replace him.
(b) He is upset that Mark is being placed in his department without his permission.
(c) He hates Bracton College and everyone who works there.
(d) He is hostile towards everyone.
Short Answer Questions
1. What special privilege does Mr. Wither offer Mark that Mark does not want to accept?
2. What is Mark's main concern at the beginning of the book?
3. What reason does the N.I.C.E. give for the riots happening in Edgestow?
4. Why has Jane not had children yet?
5. Why do the Dimbles have to move?
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