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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What year is it when the novel opens?
2. What did Catherine do instead of sleeping when she returned to her hotel after Sharrif took her there?
(a) Study books on mathematics
(b) Research OPEC
(c) Try to make contact with Solarin
(d) Think of a way to get in to see Kamel
3. From whom did Philidor hear about the Montglane Service?
4. Who takes Catherine back to the hotel after Solarin disappeared from the nightclub?
5. What does the Tribunal man want to know?
(a) Why Valentine lied
(b) Why Mireille is there
(c) Why they have befriended David
(d) Where the service is
6. What was the abandoned Abbey converted into?
7. What is Catherine an expert at?
8. What relation is Mordecai to Harry?
9. Who left a note for Catherine that she finds when she returns to her apartment?
10. What symbol does the Bishop see on one of the eight pieces of the Montglane Service?
11. Who founded the convent to which Mireille and Valentine belong?
12. Where did Mireille and Valentine hide the chess pieces they were to protect?
(a) Left them buried at the Abbey
(b) Hid them in their mattress
(c) Buried under one of David's trees
(d) Carry them on their person at all times
13. What rumors do Mireille and Valentine indicate they have heard about the Bishop?
(a) Breaking his sacred vows
(b) Cloven foot
(c) Skills with paint
(d) Intense temper
14. Which of the following words best describes how Catherine feels after her encounter with the fortune teller?
15. Who does the Abbess call the greatest chess master of all?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mireille decide not to return to the carriage?
2. What does the Abbess do with the pieces of the chess set?
3. What happens to the fortune teller when the lights go down?
4. What does Nim potentially provide Catherine in Algeria?
5. What stops Valentine and Miereille's carriage?
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