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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 the Duke decide to visit on December 11th?
(a) Mr. Bird.
(c) Dr. Cox.
(d) Reverend Mellor.
2. What does Mellor show the Duke at breakfast?
(b) A map.
(d) Blue prints.
3. What regarding Fowler's bust was the Duke forbidden to do?
(a) Look at it.
(b) Touch it.
(c) Play with it.
(d) Clean it.
4. During "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account," who joins the Duke in the study?
(a) Mr. Bird.
(d) Mr. Hendley.
5. Who does the Duke visit on December 22nd?
(a) Dr. Cox.
(b) Reverend Mellor.
(c) Mr. Bird.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the locals ask the Duke for on December 19th?
2. How does the Duke learn to relieve his loneliness in "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account?"
3. 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?
4. What is the Duke's response to the local's request on December 19th?
5. What is the Duke able to be with many layers of clothing while ice skating?
Short Essay Questions
1. What can searching for clues outside of the home help the Duke do?
2. Why doesn't the Duke find out about Snow's death until after the funeral?
3. What in "From His Grace's Journal to Mrs. Pledger's Account" serves to illustrate the Duke's madness?
4. What is significant about the Duke traveling between January 6-11th?
5. What reduces the Duke's anxiety while he is in Camera Obscura?
6. Why does the Duke's staff think he needs an escort while traveling?
7. Why does the Duke allow people to skate on the ice but protests to going on the ice with them?
8. Why does the Duke add Fowler's bust to his shrine?
9. What happens when the Duke allows locals to use his property?
10. What is significant about the interactions between the Duke and Mr. Hendley?
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