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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. What does Thursday use to close the time vortex on the highway?
(a) A watermelon.
(b) A basketball.
(c) A hubcap.
(d) A tennis ball.
2. What does "GSD" stand for?
(a) Gertrude's Swindon Deli.
(b) Goliath Sunshine Daily.
(c) George, Shawn, and David.
(d) Global Standard Deity.
3. Where is the drop point for the ransom?
(a) A thick forest.
(b) An unplowed field.
(c) An abandoned highway.
(d) A railway bridge.
4. What question does Thursday want answered by her father at her wedding reception?
(a) The authorship of Shakespeare's plays.
(b) The builders of Stonehenge.
(c) The next week's winning lottery numbers.
(d) The location of the lost city of Atlantis.
5. Who is the head pathologist at the morgue?
(a) The head pathologist is not named.
(b) Emma Hamilton.
(c) Mr. Rumplplunkett.
(d) Dr. Runcible Spoon.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Acheron know SpecOps is going to agree to his terms?
2. Victor is going to go undercover at the next meeting of what organization?
3. Who is Mr. Stiggins?
4. What does Victor see people wearing at the meeting as they're milling around?
5. How much time do Thursday and Bowden lose in the vortex?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Thursday have to wait to apprehend Acheron in Jane Eyre?
2. What does Acheron do with the Jane Eyre manuscript?
3. What happens at the drop?
4. What is the trick the Chronoguard played on Thursday and Bowden?
5. What are Acheron's demands, according to the letter he sends to Thursday's office?
6. Who are Marlovians, and what do they believe?
7. What happens when readers begin to notice that Jane Eyre has been kidnapped?
8. Why do Thursday and Acheron have to work together in Jane Eyre?
9. Why doesn't Landon marry Daisy?
10. How does Acheron become weakened while in Jane Eyre, and how does Thursday kill him?
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