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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who opens Violet's bedroom door?
2. What does Uncle Monty have in his hands when he runs into the children after they have had their breakfast?
3. What does Monty say he hates losing?
4. What does Count Olaf ask the children to do for him?
5. What does Stephano do while they are at the movies?
Short Essay Questions
1. In chapter five what do the children think about when they try to think about what life was like for them four years earlier?
2. Describe the scene which Dr. Montgomery wishes to happen when he unveils the Incredibly Deadly Viper as he describes in it chapter three?
3. What does Count Olaf tell the children that convinces them to start calling him Stephano?
4. What does the narrator explain in chapter four will be another regret that the Baudelaire children will have when Uncle Monty gets home from picking up supplies?
5. How is the night described in the beginning of chapter five?
6. What does Uncle Monty tell the children he wants to discuss with them outside in chapter four?
7. What does the narrator explain that Klaus will regret later on in his life?
8. What does Mr. Poe tell the children in chapter one as they are walking up to the door?
9. Describe Lousy Lane that the children drive down to their new home in chapter one?
10. Describe how life goes for the Baudelaire children for a week or so in chapter three?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Count Olaf seems to have thought of everything and is even able to pass one of his accomplices off as the doctor.
In what way was it obvious that this was one of his accomplices?
In what way was Count Olaf's planning thorough? In what way did he seem to have not thought things through?
Is it possible that Count Olaf lucked into much of the information and situation that he found himself in?
Essay Topic 2
The children see straight through Count Olaf's disguise when he arrives.
1) Why can't the adults in the story see through the disguise?
2) Why were the children unable to identify the hook handed man before Sunny bit him?
Essay Topic 3
The snake was thought of as a friend to the children and the children and the snake cried as they were separated.
1) How would the scene have been viewed differently if the creature had been something more accepted as a pet such as a puppy or a cat?
2) Why did the author chose a snake to be the only thing left to share the Baudelaire's tears?
3) What was the author's purpose in having the snake cry?
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