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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 will be the event that Chuavelin says the Scarlet Pimpernel will be attending the night he sees Margeurite for the second time?
(a) Lady Blakeney's house.
(b) The town square.
(c) The court house.
(d) Lord Grenville's house.
2. What does Lord Blakeney do when he enters the room?
(a) Makes a joke.
(b) Sings a song.
(c) Demands attention.
(d) Buys drinks for everyone.
3. What changed the relationship between Margeurite and her husband?
(a) Her life-style before she met Blakeney.
(b) Her love for Armand.
(c) The way she feels about the republic.
(d) Word of her place in the Marquis's death.
4. Who does the Comtesse credit for her safe removal from France?
(a) The Scarlet Pimpernel.
(c) All of these.
5. Where is Chauvelin from?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is imprisoned by the new government in France?
2. What is a scarlet pimpernel?
3. Who does Margeurite wish she could speak to after her second encounter with Chauvelin?
4. How soon does Andrew think the Comtesse will have what she wants in England?
5. Who raised Margeurite?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Marguerite's marriage after her place in the Marquis's death was explained?
2. How is the Scarlet Pimpernel introduced in the first chapter?
3. How does Lord Blakeney treat his wife when they are alone together in private?
4. How are Lord Blakeney and his wife different from each other when they appear in public?
5. Who is the French Republic punishing in their Revolution, and why?
6. What makes Jellyband nervous while serving guests at his inn?
7. What does the Comtesse talk about with Andrew and Antony in the Fisherman's Rest?
8. What does Chauvelin offer Marguerite in return for her cooperation?
9. Why is Marguerite so close to her brother?
10. What is Marguerite accused of by the Comtesse?
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