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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. Who does Margeurite have the second person she talks to in the boudoir send a message to?
(a) Lord Blakeney.
(b) Sir Antony.
(c) Lord Grenville.
2. How does Marguerite describe her surroundings in the Chat Gris?
(a) Dirty and unpleasant.
(b) Quaint and unfamiliar.
(c) Small and smelly.
(d) Strange and foriegn.
3. Who is sent in search of Lord Blakeney when Andrew and Marguerite arrive in Calais?
(b) The inn keeper.
(c) The steward.
4. What does Suzanne talk about with Marguerite in the garden?
(a) Her mother.
(b) The Scarlet Pimpernel.
(c) The spy who was captured.
(d) Her relationship.
5. What is Chauvelin eating when Lord Blakeney arrives at the inn in Calais?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Lord Blakeney say Margeurite should have trusted him with?
2. What does Blakeney do as he walks up the path to where Armand was seen hiding?
3. What is the man in the supper room at the appointed hour doing?
4. What does Blakeney attend when he gets home to England at the end of the book?
5. Why is Marguerite not able to leave when she wants to to find her husband?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Marguerite hope to do when she hears Chauvelin's plan to imprison Blakeney?
2. What does Chauvelin ask of the Jewish man in Calais?
3. Why did Lord Blakeney say his love for Marguerite cooled?
4. What does Blakeney say he uses in men to outwit them?
5. What does Marguerite confide in her husband in the garden after the ball?
6. What does Chauvelin find after getting information from Marguerite?
7. What do Jellyband and his daughter think Marguerite is up to when she is planning her trip to France with Andrew?
8. How does Blakeney escape from Chauvelin at the Chat Gris?
9. What does the item Marguerite receives from Chauvelin reveal to her?
10. What does Chauvelin command his soldiers when they get to the cabin?
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