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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 are the old stables on the property used for?
(a) The horses.
(b) Maids quarters.
2. What does the Duke steal from the professor?
(b) A trepanning kit.
(c) A book.
(d) The keys to the lab.
3. Who insists that Clement travel with the Duke?
(a) Mr. Bird.
(b) Dr. Cox.
(c) Mrs. Pledger.
4. What do the locals ask the Duke for on December 19th?
(a) A place to sleep.
(b) To skate on his lake.
(c) A tour of the tunnels.
(d) A dontaion.
5. What begins to manifest in "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account?"
(a) The Duke's abillity to love.
(b) The Duke's friendships with others.
(c) The Duke's loneliness.
(d) The Duke's madness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Duke learn to do by ice skating?
2. How does the Duke feel in his reoccurring dream?
3. What does the Duke insist on by allowing Clement to travel with him?
4. When might the process of trepanning be used today according to the professor?
5. In "From His Grace's Journal to Mr. Hendley's Account," while the Duke and Mr. Hendley are in the Underground Tunnel System, what does the Duke try to persuade Mr. Hendley to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What can searching for clues outside of the home help the Duke do?
2. What happens in Pin Hole Cave?
3. How does the process of trepanning work?
4. What does Conner say about the Duke's phantom boy?
5. Why does the Duke's staff think he needs an escort while traveling?
6. Why is the Duke's visit to Reverend Mellor significant?
7. What reduces the Duke's anxiety while he is in Camera Obscura?
8. Why does just the presence of others reduce the loneliness the Duke feels?
9. What does the Duke learn while traveling with others in his room that is in sharp contrast to the fellowship felt while ice skating a few weeks before?
10. What in "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account" serves to illustrate the Duke's madness?
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