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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 type of thing bothers Mr. Fairlie?
(b) Bright lights and noise.
(c) All of these.
2. Laura is believed dead due to what?
(a) A blow to the head.
(c) A heart aneurysm.
(d) A head cold.
3. Prior to Walter's return, Marian dreams he does what?
(a) Murders Sir Percival.
(b) Battles Count Fosco.
(c) Marries Laura.
(d) Escapes death.
4. Where do Laura, Marian, and Walter flee, once Walter learns Laura is alive?
(a) The country.
5. As it rains, where does Marian hide in order to spy on Sir Percival and Count Fosco?
(a) The roof.
(b) In Count Fosco's closet.
(c) Under a tree.
(d) The boat house.
Short Answer Questions
1. The tale of the "Woman in White" begins on the last day of what month?
2. Eliza believes Laura objects to Mrs. Rubelle as a nurse due to what prejudice?
3. Why does Anne feel safe revealing Sir Percival's secret to Laura?
4. What does Walter's family fear about the situation with Laura "death"?
5. What type of dog does Laura own?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Pesca feel indebted to Walter?
2. Where does Walter choose to live with Marian and Laura and why?
3. After the incident where Laura refuses to sign papers for Sir Percival, why does Countess Fosco take Marian on a long walk?
4. Why is Laura especially concerned for Marian's health when she falls ill?
5. Why does Sir Percival lie to Laura about sending an ill Marian to London?
6. How does Sir Percival convince the Fairlie's he acted responsibly by putting Anne into the asylum?
7. How does Marian present the news to Mr. Fairlie, regarding Laura's agreement to wed Sir Percival?
8. How does Walter react to the news of Laura death?
9. When Laura returns from her honeymoon, how has she changed?
10. Why is Walter upset at the letter he receives from Mrs. Catherick following Sir Percival's death?
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