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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 does Walter notice about the lock on the vestry door?
(a) It does not lock.
(b) It is brand new.
(c) It is made of gold.
(d) It is very old.
2. Why does Walter reveal the truth about Count Fosco to Pesca?
(a) To gain Pesca's trust.
(b) Because Pesca is withholding information.
(c) All of these.
(d) To gain assistance.
3. How soon after Laura accepts Walter's proposal do they marry?
(a) 3 months.
(b) 10 days.
(c) One week.
(d) 1 year.
4. Who checked Laura into the asylum?
(a) Countess Fosco.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Sir Percival.
(d) Count Fosco.
5. In Knowlesbury, what crime is Walter accused of?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Walter feel for Marian, when she moves Laura to Gower's Walk?
2. To prove her identity, Solicitor Kyrle needs evidence Laura came to London when?
3. What rules exist for Marian and Laura while living with Walter?
4. While in hiding, how much money do Laura, Walter, and Marian have in the bank?
5. During Walter's confrontation, what weapon does Count Fosco consider drawing on Walter?
Short Essay Questions
1. Count Fosco reveals he was distressed about Anne's death for what reason?
2. Who is Anne's father?
3. When Walter first meets with Mrs. Clements, what does she believe about Anne?
4. How does Walter describe the month of April?
5. Why might Count Fosco recognize Pesca even though Pesca does not recognize him?
6. When Marian is in disbelief at the idea of Count Fosco's admiration, what argument does Walter make?
7. While trying to build a case for Laura, Mrs. Vesey creates what stumbling block for Walter?
8. When Walter visits the church in Old Welmingham, what does he hope to find?
9. Why is it easy to believe that even relatives do not recognize Laura after her stay in the asylum?
10. What does Mrs. Catherick say would surprise her regarding Sir Percival?
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