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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. When might the process of trepanning be used today according to the professor?
(a) To release evil spirits.
(b) For most criminals.
(c) To release brain hemmoraging.
(d) To cure the mentally insane.
2. Who does Reverend Mellor suggest the Duke pay a visit to?
(b) The Mayor.
(c) A man in Holbeck Village.
(d) An expert in Edinburgh.
3. What does the professor say about the process of trepanning?
(a) It is only used on animals.
(b) It is outdated.
(c) It is only unsed on the insane.
(d) It is commonly used.
4. What does the Duke do with Fowler's bust now that his father is dead?
(a) Adds it to his shrine.
(b) Buries it.
(c) Boxes it up.
(d) Breaks it.
5. What regarding Fowler's bust was the Duke forbidden to do?
(a) Look at it.
(b) Play with it.
(c) Clean it.
(d) Touch it.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the Duke go once in Edinburgh?
2. How does the Duke feel in his reoccurring dream?
3. What does the Duke steal from the professor?
4. What does the Duke need from Reverend Mellor?
5. Based on the Mr. Hendley's account, what does the Duke have a desire to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What reduces the Duke's anxiety while he is in Camera Obscura?
2. What happens when the Duke visits Holbeck village?
3. What is the recurring dream discussed in the January 28th journal entry?
4. Why does the Duke allow people to skate on the ice but protests to going on the ice with them?
5. Why is the Duke's visit to Reverend Mellor significant?
6. Why does just the presence of others reduce the loneliness the Duke feels?
7. What is significant about the interactions between the Duke and Mr. Hendley?
8. What is significant about the Duke traveling between January 6-11th?
9. What does the fellowship created on the ice teach the Duke?
10. Why does the Duke's staff think he needs an escort while traveling?
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