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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 Chauvelin appear to feel as he speaks with Blakeney?
2. What do the owners of the place Marguerite eats supper at think she is sailing away for?
(a) To have an affair.
(b) To escape the law.
(c) To save a fugitive.
(d) To attend a trial.
3. What does the Scarlet Pimpernel sign all his letters with?
(a) The words, "The Scarlet Pimpernel."
(b) A flower wrapped around a fleur de lis.
(c) A picture of a flower.
(d) A skull and crossbones.
4. Who talks to Margeurite just before she gets into her carriage to leave the ball?
(a) The servant.
(d) Lord Blakeney.
5. What kind of ship is spotted just off the coast of where Armand was seen?
(a) A schooner.
(b) A sloop.
(c) A barge.
(d) A frigate.
Short Answer Questions
1. What room is always locked in the Blakeney house?
2. What object does Marguerite find on the floor of the private rooms?
3. Why does Chauvelin want to wait for something before arresting Blakeney?
4. Who is the third person Margeurite talks to in the boudoir?
5. Why does Chauvelin have the Jewish man beaten?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Lord Blakeney say his love for Marguerite cooled?
2. What does Marguerite confide in her husband in the garden after the ball?
3. What does Marguerite receive from Chauvelin after she realizes that her husband is the Scarlet Pimpernel?
4. How does Marguerite feel after giving information to Chauvelin at the ball?
5. What does Chauvelin ask of the Jewish man in Calais?
6. What does Marguerite tell Chauvelin at the ball?
7. What do the Blakeneys do when they return to England at the end of the book?
8. What does Chauvelin find after getting information from Marguerite?
9. What does Marguerite hope to do when she hears Chauvelin's plan to imprison Blakeney?
10. What does Chauvelin want Blakeney to be doing when he arrests him, and why?
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