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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Walter reveal the truth about Count Fosco to Pesca?
(a) All of these.
(b) To gain assistance.
(c) Because Pesca is withholding information.
(d) To gain Pesca's trust.
2. At the opera, Walter and Pesca watch Count Fosco from where?
(a) The balcony.
(b) The auditorium.
(d) The orchestra.
3. Who does Walter attempt to visit in Knowlesbury?
(a) Sir Percival's father.
(c) Count Fosco.
(d) Mr. Wansborough.
4. After learning Pesca's secret, Walter determines what?
(a) Count Fosco has betrayed the society.
(b) Count Fosco might be a good man.
(c) Pesca is a killer.
(d) Pesca is not to be trusted.
5. Does Pesca recognize Count Fosco?
(c) He claims to have once fought him.
(d) He claims they were once friends.
6. How many times does the clergyman bow to Mrs. Catherick?
(b) He refuses to bow.
(d) Three times.
7. What type of job did Anne's mother hold?
8. Following the opera, what time does Walter arrive at Count Fosco's home?
(a) 1 a.m.
(b) 11:20 p.m.
(d) 10:30 p.m.
9. Who requests an apology from Walter, yet invites him to tea?
(a) Mrs. Catherick.
(c) Mr. Fairfield.
(d) Count Fosco.
10. While in hiding, how much money do Laura, Walter, and Marian have in the bank?
(a) Less than 300 pounds.
(b) About 100 pounds.
(c) Just over 400 pounds.
(d) 1040 pounds.
11. Where did Anne walk daily, in her efforts to meet Laura?
(a) All of these.
(b) By the lake.
(c) To Blackwater and back.
(d) Through the field.
12. Following the night at the opera, who begs to go with Walter to confront Count Fosco?
(c) A society member.
13. During Walter's confrontation, what does he demand from Count Fosco?
(a) The remaining money in Laura's fortune.
(b) Forgiveness for killing Sir Percival.
(c) The brooch Countess Fosco stole from Laura.
(d) A written confession regarding Laura's betrayal.
14. How does Count Fosco gain through the conspiracy against Laura?
(a) Sir Percival paid him off.
(b) His brother inherited Laura's money.
(c) Laura had willed him a sum.
(d) His wife inherited Laura's money.
15. Following the night at the opera, what does Walter risk by visiting Count Fosco alone?
(a) His life.
(b) His fortune.
(c) Laura's life.
(d) Marian's honor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Following his marriage, who does Walter seek out to learn more of Count Fosco?
2. What power does Count Fosco have over Laura, unless she remarries?
3. The inn keeper that could document Sir Percival's stay with Laura can be found where?
4. How soon after Laura accepts Walter's proposal do they marry?
5. What Hyde Park event takes place in the year after Walter's marriage?
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