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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 is unusual about the letter sent by Marian following Sir Percival's death?
(a) It requests Walter's immediate presence.
(b) It is very light.
(c) All of these.
(d) It is only a few lines lines.
2. Why is Mr. Fairlie irritated at having to write a narrative?
(a) His nerves can't handle it.
(b) He is busy seeking revenge on Sir Percival.
(c) He doesn't like to write.
(d) English is not his first language.
3. When Walter first meets the woman in white, what is she pointing at?
(a) A cloud over London.
(b) A path leading to the woods.
(c) A great white bird.
4. To their landlord, Laura and Marian pretend to be Walter's what?
5. Laura admits to Marian a secret love for who?
(b) The gardner.
(d) Sir Percival.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Laura refuse to sign documents for Sir Percival?
2. What type of neighborhood do Laura, Marian, and Walter live in?
3. What is negotiated prior to Laura's marriage to Sir Percival?
4. Why does Walter choose to keep Sir Percival's secret?
5. What does Walter's family fear about the situation with Laura "death"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Walter tell his landlord Laura and Marian are his sisters?
2. Prior to their marriage, Laura admits that she is in love with another man and gives Sir Percival the option of doing what?
3. How does Walter react to the news of Laura death?
4. Why is Laura especially concerned for Marian's health when she falls ill?
5. In the fly on Knowlesbury to London, what does Walter learn from his travel companion?
6. Why does Walter dislike Mr. Fairlie?
7. Why is Walter upset at the letter he receives from Mrs. Catherick following Sir Percival's death?
8. Why does Pesca feel indebted to Walter?
9. Why does Sir Percival lie to Laura about sending an ill Marian to London?
10. What is the significance of the secret Anne claims to know about Sir Percival?
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