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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. Where is Count Fosco from?
2. During Walter's confrontation, what does he demand from Count Fosco?
(a) A written confession regarding Laura's betrayal.
(b) The brooch Countess Fosco stole from Laura.
(c) Forgiveness for killing Sir Percival.
(d) The remaining money in Laura's fortune.
3. Where do Walter, Marian, and Laura go on holiday?
(a) The West Coast.
(b) Up North.
(c) The East Coast.
(d) The South Coast.
4. Why does Walter reveal the truth about Count Fosco to Pesca?
(a) All of these.
(b) To gain assistance.
(c) To gain Pesca's trust.
(d) Because Pesca is withholding information.
5. What does Walter learn from the back-up wedding registry?
(a) Sir Percival's father was a thief.
(b) Sir Percival stole his fortune.
(c) Sir Percival parents were not married.
(d) Sir Percival's mother was a thief.
Short Answer Questions
1. After learning Pesca's secret, Walter determines what?
2. Once married, Walter notices Laura suffers from what?
3. When did Count Fosco come to England?
4. Why does Walter return to Blackwater Park after seeking out evidence at the inn?
5. What identifying feature is on the man lurking outside Count Fosco's home?
Short Essay Questions
1. What surprises Walter when he visits the site of the church fire the following day?
2. Where did Mrs. Clements look for Anne when she disappeared?
3. What happens to Sir Percival when the church is set on fire?
4. Why does Walter reveal the truth about Anne's death to Mrs. Clements?
5. Once Sir Percival is dead and Laura's fortune is gone, why is Walter still committed to proving the fraud of Laura's death?
6. Why does Count Fosco react with fear at the sight of Pesca?
7. Once married to Laura, how does Walter first obtain information on Count Fosco?
8. When Walter confronts Count Fosco, what stops Count Fosco from killing him?
9. When Marian is in disbelief at the idea of Count Fosco's admiration, what argument does Walter make?
10. Why does Walter realize his hunch is correct about the Old Welmingham church and Sir Percival's secret?
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