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Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Count and the Foreman succeed in stopping whom from helping Charles?
(a) Mr. Poe
(c) Dr. Orwell
2. While in the library, Violet hears what in the mill?
(b) An argument
(c) A crash
(d) A bell
3. Violet wishes that who would be there to help with her research?
(b) Their mother
(d) Their father
4. Who is at the controls of the saw?
(c) Dr. Orwell
(d) The Foreman
5. Violet goes through the index and finds a chapter on what?
(a) Hypnosis and mind control
(b) Glasses and their uses
(c) Concussions affecting sight
(d) Headaches and eye strain
Short Answer Questions
1. Klaus gets off the saw and tries to run over to Violet but who trips him?
2. After reading the memo, Violet decides to go talk to whom alone?
3. Sir reminds Violet that he will definitely do what, if another problem comes up?
4. Phil is injured when what happens?
5. Who is the only one left who can help Charles as the blade begins to slice through his shoes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What role does Sunny play in the chapter 12 battle?
2. Describe Violet in the library. What about her personality and attitude helps her there and what hurts her. How is that similar to students who have to research in real life?
3. Explain the significance of the phrase "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" in chapter 8.
4. What realization does Klaus make on the way to the eye doctor for the second time? Also, why doesn't that realization help him at the time?
5. Describe the machine Klaus runs, in chapter 7, and the process involved.
6. What happens to Klaus at his second trip to the eye doctor?
7. What is the result of the children's confrontation with the Count?
8. What is the process of how Violet finds the answer in the library and what is the answer that she finds?
9. When Violet and Sunny finally get in to see Sir, what does Violet tell him?
10. Who do you think is the hero of the battle in chapter 12 and why?
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