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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. Silas performs corporal mortification for what reason?
(a) to remind him that he is worthless in the eyes of others
(b) to remind him of his own childhood
(c) to remind him of Christ's suffering
(d) to remind him of the wrath of the person he works for
2. The last line of Jacques' note says to find what?
(a) the keystone
(b) Sophie Neveu
(c) Robert Langdon
(d) the Mona Lisa
3. The Priory was said to have been founded by a French king for the purpose of what?
(a) stealing valuables from others
(b) preserving a secret
(c) protecting his own life
(d) helping people hide when needed
4. Sister Sandrine is on the phone leaving a message at one of the phone numbers on the list conveying what message?
(a) He is here.
(b) We must meet.
(c) They're all dead.
(d) It has been discovered.
5. Bishop Aringarosa's first name is what?
Short Answer Questions
1. While Langdon and Sophie are conversing in the restroom, Fache is watching Langdon's every move from where?
2. According to Langdon, some claim that there are hidden messages, double entendres, and allusions within what?
3. Aringarosa was summoned where five months earlier tfor a secret meeting?
4. Langdon shared that the pentacle specifically represents _________, the goddess of sexual love?
5. What problem occurred that allowed Silas to escape from prison?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Jacques' museum message resolved in Chapters 29-31?
2. What are your views on religion, especially as it relates to Silas so far in the story?
3. What is learned, in this section, about Bishop Aringarosa's role in the story and what role might he play in future events as a result?
4. What is the Priory of Sion, according to Langdon, and how does it play a role in the story?
5. Why does Fache dislike Sophie, in Chapters 9 and 10, and do you agree with his assessment? Why or why not?
6. What does Langdon think about the nature of Da Vinci's work?
7. Why is the opening of the book so suspenseful?
8. How do Sophie and Langdon determine what to do after they have the key?
9. What are the primary causes of Silas' current situation and attitude that are revealed in Chapter 10?
10. How does the author, Dan Brown, use the thoughts of the characters to move the story along?
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