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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 Clement post on the Duke's door on the train?
(a) A do not disturb sign.
(b) A sign with the Duke's name.
(c) A sign that reads Specially Reserved.
(d) A black sheet so others can not see in the room.
2. Who does the Duke visit at the university in Edinburgh?
(a) Professor Shear.
(b) Professor Collins.
(c) Professor Baily.
(d) Professor Bannister.
3. In his reoccurring dream, what is the Duke's mother doing?
(d) Reading a book.
4. What does the Duke learn could be looked at from different perspective in "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account?"
(b) His tunnel system.
(d) His house.
5. How does the Duke decide to search for clues about himself on December 21st?
(a) By calling his family.
(b) By reading news clipings.
(c) By intervewing the townspeople.
(d) From the outside of the house.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who insists that Clement travel with the Duke?
2. During "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account," what does Clements show the Duke?
3. How does the Duke feel skating with the others?
4. What does the Duke learn to do by ice skating?
5. In "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account," what is the significance of finding the bust?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the Duke's visit to Reverend Mellor significant?
2. What happens when the Duke visits Holbeck village?
3. What is the recurring dream discussed in the January 28th journal entry?
4. How does the process of trepanning work?
5. What does the fellowship created on the ice teach the Duke?
6. What happens in Pin Hole Cave?
7. What happens when the Duke allows locals to use his property?
8. Why does the Duke's staff think he needs an escort while traveling?
9. Why does the Duke look through old family things?
10. What does Conner say about the Duke's phantom boy?
This section contains 800 words
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