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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. Where do Antony and Andrew discuss their next mission?
(a) The yacht.
(b) The seaside cabin.
(c) Blakeney's ballroom.
(d) The coffee room.
2. What is Chauvelin's occupation?
(a) A police officer.
(b) A spy.
(c) A ferrier.
(d) An agent.
3. Who did Margeurite tell some bad information about the Marquis St. Cyr to?
(a) The police.
(b) The Repulic chief.
(c) Some friends.
(d) The King.
4. What changed the relationship between Margeurite and her husband?
(a) Her love for Armand.
(b) The way she feels about the republic.
(c) Her life-style before she met Blakeney.
(d) Word of her place in the Marquis's death.
5. Who does the Comtesse credit for her safe removal from France?
(a) All of these.
(d) The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the Fisherman's Rest?
2. Who is imprisoned by the new government in France?
3. What does Chauvelin want Margeurite to use to complete the task he has asked of her?
4. What does Lord Blakeney do when he enters the room?
5. What is the maiden name of Lord Blakeney's wife?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Marguerite's marriage after her place in the Marquis's death was explained?
2. What will happen if Marguerite complies with and helps Chauvelin?
3. What is Marguerite accused of by the Comtesse?
4. What can we see about Suzanne at the end of Chapter 3?
5. What does Chauvelin say after tying up Antony and Andrew?
6. Who is the French Republic punishing in their Revolution, and why?
7. Why is Marguerite so close to her brother?
8. What do Andrew and Antony say in response to what the Comtesse says to them in the Fisherman's Rest?
9. How does Marguerite make Andrew think that she has not seen what was written on the letter he received at the ball?
10. How does Lord Blakeney treat his wife when they are alone together in private?
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