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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 is Lampeth's final view on the forgery scam?
(a) Eventually the art world will go back to normal. No true lesson will be learned.
(b) Art dealers have learned their lesson and will appreciate art.
(c) The art world will never be the same.
(d) Cheap art is better than expensive art.
2. What does Mitch take with him when he leaves the bank?
(a) A phone number.
(b) A deposit box key.
(d) An envelope.
3. Where does Cardwell keep the key to the door of the art collection?
(a) Above the threshold of the door.
(b) Under a Chinese vase.
(c) On a key ring in the hall.
(d) In his pocket.
4. How much does Crawford pay for the painting?
(a) Fifty thousand.
(b) Thirty thousand.
(c) Twenty-five thousand.
(d) Ten thousand.
5. Who claims the Van Gogh is a forgery after seeing it?
(a) Julian Black.
(b) Charles Lampeth.
(c) Professor Peter Schmidt.
(d) Lord Cardwell.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who else was at the Danielli's bar when Mike and Dee got there?
2. What painting is the first one that Mitch and Anne offer for sale?
3. What question does the reporter ask Peter that he does not answer?
4. What do the police say in the paper about the forgers?
5. Under what pretense does Anne claim that she has the masterpiece painting?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Mitch and Peter respond to the write-up in the newspaper about themselves?
2. How does Tom get what is rightfully coming to him?
3. How do each of the art dealers feel about the request from the forgers and what agreement do they come to?
4. What does Lampeth say to Willow about the effect the forgery scam will have on the art world?
5. How does the old man sitting in front of the bar in Poglio play a joke on Dee and Mike?
6. What is the set-up for selling the forgeries?
7. How does Julian continue his search after he leaves the priest?
8. Who is Mandingo and how does he get involved in Cardwell's collection?
9. How does the transaction with Crowforth go and then all of the subsequent transactions even though the reader is not given the details?
10. How does the search for the Modigliani bring Dee and Mike closer together?
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