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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Torture Chamber of Judge Fang | A Domestic Scene | Judge Fang Goes for a Dinner Cruise with a Mandarin.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what way is the bridge an example of die-hard habits on the part of architects?
(a) The bridge has a drawbridge to allow boats to pass beneath, even though there is no longer any boat traffic in the area.
(b) The bridge is based on Medieval design.
(c) The bridge is decorative only, not functional, to provide a sense of history.
(d) The bridge is arched to allow boats to pass beneath, even though there is no longer any boat traffic in the area.
2. Why does Judge Fang decide to leave the Primer with Nell even though it is stolen property?
(a) Judge Fang plans to secretly steal the Primer from Nell.
(b) Books are more important to children than to adults.
(c) Books are unimportant to Hackworth.
(d) Books are unimportant to Judge Fang.
3. In the Primer, what does Princess Nell discover in a hole in the ground?
(a) Twelve keys.
(b) Proof that she is royalty.
(c) Four dolls.
4. When Chang shows the robbery video to Hackworth, in which his illegal copy of the Primer was stolen, what does Hackworth do?
(a) Hackworth runs and escapes arrest.
(b) Hackworth tries to escape, but is arrested.
(c) Hackworth tries to bribe Chang.
(d) Hackworth denies any knowledge of a robbery.
5. The granddaughter of Lord Finkle-McGraw and the daughter of Hackworth attend a birthday party for whom?
(b) Princess Charlotte.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the banker explain to Bud the penalties for missing payments on a line of credit?
2. In the torture chanber, PhyrePhox admits that his organization's ship carries what cargo?
3. In "Harv Brings Nell a Present," what happens when Tequila's boyfriend throws the Primer at Nell?
4. When Harv brings a stolen Primer to Nell, why does she throw it on the floor?
5. Why does Bud visit a mod parlor?
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