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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the narrator's recollection about second grade, to whom does Fanshawe give the present intended for the birthday boy?
(a) His mother.
(b) Dennis Walden.
(c) The narrator.
(d) His girlfriend.
2. What is the name that Blue uses when he disguises himself as a beggar?
(a) Tommy Violet.
(b) Bobby Lilac.
(c) Jimmy Rose.
(d) Billy Scarlet.
3. Where is the apartment located that the narrator, Sophie and Ben move into after their marriage?
(b) Fifth Avenue.
(c) Park Avenue.
(d) Riverside Drive.
4. According to Jane Fanshawe, who is responsible for the fact that Fanshawe never published any of his work?
(a) The narrator.
(b) Sophie Fanshawe.
(c) Ellen Fanshawe.
(d) Jane Fanshawe.
5. What is the impulse driving the narrator in Chapter 7 of The Locked Room?
(a) To find Fanshawe.
(b) To repair his relationship with Sophie.
(c) To finish writing his book.
(d) To strengthen his relationship with Ben.
6. While living in France, to which country does Fanshawe take a three-week trip?
7. What varsity sport did Fanshawe play for a brief period in his sophomore year before suddenly quitting the team?
8. According to Jane Fanshawe, how did the narrator and Fanshawe compare physically as children?
(a) They looked like brothers, almost twins.
(b) The narrator was much thinner than Fanshawe.
(c) Fanshawe was much taller than the narrator.
(d) They looked very different.
9. How does the man wearing the Halloween mask manage to escape from Blue?
(a) He disappears into an alleyway.
(b) He climbs a fence.
(c) He leaps aboard a bus.
(d) He runs into a crowded train station.
10. Why is the narrator apprehensive about opening the suitcases and reading Fanshawe's work?
(a) He doesn't want Fanshawe's work to be bad, but neither does he want it to be good.
(b) He has too much of his own work to do and is worried about the time it will take.
(c) He remembers that Fanshawe liked to write about things that did not interest him.
(d) He worries that he will read something very personal about Sophie and Fanshawe's relationship.
11. What does the narrator begin to suspect that Fanshawe wants him to do?
(a) He suspects that Fanshawe wants him to write his biography.
(b) He suspects that Fanshawe wants him to divorce Sophie.
(c) He suspects that Fanshawe wants him to kill him.
(d) He suspects that Fanshawe wants him to kill his mother.
12. Which of Fanshawe's friends from Harvard had his father arranged for Fanshawe's job on an oil tanker?
(a) Jeffrey Brown.
(b) Roy Cutbirth.
(c) Paul Schiff.
(d) Otis Smart.
13. While living in Paris, what appliance does Fanshawe give as a gift to his elderly friend Ivan?
(a) An electric range.
(b) A blender.
(c) A dishwasher.
(d) A refrigerator.
14. What disease does Fanshawe's father have?
15. Whom does Blue telephone to inform that he will be going undercover?
(a) His mother.
(b) Walt Whitman.
(c) The future Mrs. Blue.
(d) His cousin.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Fanshawe first begins to write, who are his models?
2. What words are used to describe Blue's state of mind during the early period of the case?
3. Where is Sophie Fanshawe from originally?
4. Where do Blue and Black have their second meeting?
5. What does Blue notice about White?
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