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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 does Marguerite say she thinks she saw when she approaches the friend of her husband?
(a) A love letter.
(b) A coded message.
(c) A pretty bauble.
(d) A flame.
2. Who does the Comtesse credit for her safe removal from France?
(a) All of these.
(d) The Scarlet Pimpernel.
3. How was the Comtesse able to flee France?
(a) They turned in another family.
(b) They bribed a guard.
(c) The Scarlet Pimpernel got them out.
(d) They used a hidden society.
4. What does Lord Blakeney do when he enters the room?
(a) Demands attention.
(b) Sings a song.
(c) Buys drinks for everyone.
(d) Makes a joke.
5. Who does the Comtesse's son say is most bitter against aristocrats in France?
(a) The poor.
(b) The men.
(c) The rich.
(d) The women.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Andrew say will make things better for the Comtesse in England?
2. What does Lord Blakeney's wife say her husband has too little of?
3. What is the Comtesses daughter's name?
4. What changed the relationship between Margeurite and her husband?
5. What kind of comments does Lord Blakeney's wife make when around her husband in public?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Marguerite trick Andrew into showing her the letter he has at the ball?
2. What can we see about Suzanne at the end of Chapter 3?
3. What was Marguerite's place in the Marquis's death?
4. What is the most dangerous part of what the Scarlet Pimpernel has been doing?
5. How does the relationship between the Blakeneys appear when they are in public together?
6. How is Marguerite introduced when she first appears in the book?
7. What do Andrew and Antony say in response to what the Comtesse says to them in the Fisherman's Rest?
8. How is the Scarlet Pimpernel introduced in the first chapter?
9. What makes Jellyband nervous while serving guests at his inn?
10. What does Chauvelin ask Margeurite to do for him, and why?
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