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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. Who requests an apology from Walter, yet invites him to tea?
(a) Mrs. Catherick.
(b) Count Fosco.
(d) Mr. Fairfield.
2. What happens to the church shortly after Walter discovers Sir Percival's secret?
(a) It is accidentally set on fire.
(b) It receives a large donation.
(c) It is sold at an auction.
(d) It is razed to the ground.
3. What advantage does Walter feel he has over Sir Percival?
(b) The desire to win.
(c) More money.
(d) Sir Percival's secret.
4. Following Sir Percival's death, why does Walter want to marry Laura?
(a) She loves him.
(b) He loves her.
(c) All of these.
(d) He can protect her.
5. How many siblings does Sir Percival have?
Short Answer Questions
1. What had Count Fosco planned to do to Anne, if she hadn't died?
2. What does Walter feel for Marian, when she moves Laura to Gower's Walk?
3. What identifying feature is on the man lurking outside Count Fosco's home?
4. Who does Count Fosco admit to harboring an attraction for?
5. Mrs. Clements was once a neighbor to who?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mrs. Catherick say would surprise her regarding Sir Percival?
2. Who prescribed and delivered the medicine to treat Anne, just before she died?
3. To prove the case for Laura, Mr. Kyrle advises Walter to obtain what?
4. Why is it easy to believe that even relatives do not recognize Laura after her stay in the asylum?
5. Why might Count Fosco recognize Pesca even though Pesca does not recognize him?
6. Count Fosco reveals he was distressed about Anne's death for what reason?
7. Who is Anne's father?
8. What happens to Sir Percival when the church is set on fire?
9. When Laura told the asylum attendants her true identity, why did they choose to ignore her claims?
10. What surprises Walter when he visits the site of the church fire the following day?
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