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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. How does the narrator describe the private rooms of the Blakeney house?
(c) All of these.
2. Who does Margeurite talk to in the boudoir the second time?
(b) A Cabinet Minister.
(c) A server.
(d) Lord Grenville.
3. Why does Chauvelin have the Jewish man beaten?
(a) For being too slow.
(b) For being too loud.
(c) For taking them to the wrong place.
(d) For not stopping Blakeney.
4. Where did Margeruite get the information about the Scarlet Pimpernel that she passes along?
(b) She made it up.
(c) Word from her husband.
(d) Andrew's letter.
5. Where does Chauvelin promise to send Armand when he has captured the Scarlet Pimpernel?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Chauvelin appear to feel as he speaks with Blakeney?
2. What did Lord Blakeney say Margeurite should have trusted him with?
3. How does Marguerite feel when she sees the room that is always locked standing open?
4. Where is the Blakeney estate?
5. How many soldiers approach Chauvelin as he is heading out to meet Blakeney?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Marguerite turn to for help when she realizes her husband is the Scarlet Pimpernel and why?
2. What does Chauvelin command his soldiers when they get to the cabin?
3. What does Suzanne talk about when she comes to see Marguerite the day after the ball?
4. Why is Marguerite unable to sail for France when she had hoped?
5. How does Marguerite feel when she first realizes that her husband is the Scarlet Pimpernel?
6. Why did the soldiers not stop Armand and the fugitives when they boarded the boat and left?
7. How does Blakeney escape from Chauvelin at the Chat Gris?
8. What does Marguerite tell Chauvelin at the ball?
9. What do the Blakeneys do when they return to England at the end of the book?
10. How did Blakeney trick Chauvelin at the end of the book?
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