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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Count Fosco switch on Laura and Anne, in addition to their identity?
2. For what purpose did Count Fosco come to England?
3. What does Walter try to avoid, while discussing Anne's disappearance with Mrs. Clements?
4. What does Walter feel for Marian, when she moves Laura to Gower's Walk?
5. What does Laura worry about being to Walter and Marian?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Marian react to Walter's plan to confront Count Fosco at his home?
2. What happens to Sir Percival when the church is set on fire?
3. While trying to build a case for Laura, Mrs. Vesey creates what stumbling block for Walter?
4. Where did Mrs. Clements look for Anne when she disappeared?
5. What surprises Walter when he visits the site of the church fire the following day?
6. On his visit to Blackwater Park, Walter suspects the man with the carpetbag will attempt what, if given the chance?
7. Once Sir Percival is dead and Laura's fortune is gone, why is Walter still committed to proving the fraud of Laura's death?
8. What activities do Marian and Walter do with Laura to help her recover from her ordeal at the asylum?
9. When Walter first meets with Mrs. Clements, what does she believe about Anne?
10. What is Walter's emotional state on his cab ride to confront Count Fosco at his home?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Although Walter and Laura are in love, circumstance fights to keep them apart.
1) When do Walter and Laura discover their love?
2) Why are they unable to be together?
3) How does the relationship unfold when they can be together?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze the character of Pesca.
1) What is his physical description?
2) What is his relationship with Walter Hartright?
3) What does he represent?
Essay Topic 3
Both Walter and Laura are in love, yet neither have the freedom to be together. Write an essay examining the lack of freedom shared by these two characters.
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