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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is perched above the clock in the Rat Castle's front room?
2. Who says, "Enjoy it in the stinking madhouse, Doyle"?
3. What does Doyle try to break to convince the innkeeper to let him go after Romany?
4. Who is Dog Face Joe looking for at the Depilatory Parlor?
5. What does Romanelli belt to Doyle's thigh?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Doyle able to retaliate against the Master's magic attacks?
2. Describe Big Biter.
3. Why is Doyle so calm while Romany and Romanelli have him captured?
4. Romanelli contacts the Master after he fails to contact Romany. What does the Master tell him to do?
5. What does the Master promise he'll do for Doyle?
6. Who comes for Doyle when he is with the Lord Byron ka in their hotel room?
7. Under what circumstances do Romanelli and Horrabin meet?
8. What does Romany discover when he tries to trace where Doyle and the others from the 20th century came from?
9. How is Jacky's true identity discovered by Carrington?
10. What preparations has Doyle made in anticipation of his death?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What symbols are found in the book? What importance do they have? Describe how the use of symbols enhances the story.
Essay Topic 2
Romany is a changed man after he is marooned in 1684. Is the Romany known as the Luck of the Surrey-side beggars crazy? Is he eccentric? Does the gunshot change him, or does his determination for revenge? What is his character's chief purpose as the Luck?
Essay Topic 3
Doyle is a widower. Do you think he is more or less likely to believe in time travel because of his tragedy? Cite examples of how his tragedy affects his journey in time. Is he less likely to accept Darrow's job offer if his wife is living? How does the information about his past affect your view of his character in the beginning of the book? Is Doyle always defined by his past? Do the events in the book serve to redefine his character? Explain how the examples support your position.
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