The First Epoch: The Story begun by Walter Hartright, of Clement's Inn, Teacher of Drawing, Parts I-V
1. The tale of the "Woman in White" begins on the last day of what month?
2. What physical characteristic is unusual about Pesca?
(a) His bald head.
(b) His eye color.
(c) His small size.
(d) His right leg.
3. What is Pesca proud of being?
(a) "A perfect Englishman".
(b) "A generous European".
(c) "Mobile and carefree".
(d) "A noble town crier".
4. When Walter first meets the woman in white, what is she pointing at?
(b) A great white bird.
(c) A path leading to the woods.
(d) A cloud over London.
5. When Walter first meets the woman in white, she claims she was once happy living where?
(a) Polesdean Lodge.
6. What coastline does Walter Hartright awaken to at Limmeridge House?
The First Epoch: The Story begun by Walter Hartright, of Clement's Inn, Teacher of Drawing, Parts VI-X
7. Who plans to look through letters to discover the identity of the woman in white?
(a) All of these.
(b) Mr. Fairlie.
8. What type of thing bothers Mr. Fairlie?
(b) All of these.
(d) Bright lights and noise.
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