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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mary impulsively offer?
(a) To pay Karl's back rent.
(b) To write Karl's mother and ask if he is there.
(c) To talk to the landlady.
(d) To put an ad in the paper asking about Karl.
2. About what is Rowley concerned?
(a) That someone might accuse him of killing Karl in a jealous rage.
(b) That the gun can be traced.
(c) He is confident and unconcerned.
(d) That Mary will break down and admit her part.
3. What frightens Mary?
(a) Nina knowing she had a male visitor the night of Karl's death.
(b) Nothing since things seems to be working out fine.
(c) A police investigation finding evidence in her home.
(d) The idea of Rowley returning to the site where they put Karl's body.
4. How has Mary's opinion changed of Rowley?
(a) She thinks he may be planning to blackmail her.
(b) She thinks he helped her for his own reasons.
(c) Because he has been a good friend when she was in need.
(d) It hasn't.
5. Who lives in the Villa Bolognese?
(a) The Leopards.
(b) The Atkinsons.
(c) It is unoccupied at this time.
(d) No one; it's a commercial establishment.
6. What does Mary force herself to do?
(a) Eat some breakfast.
(b) Act naturally.
(d) Clean up a little blood remaining on the floor.
7. Why does Mary think of the handgun in her purse?
(a) She feels suicidal for being so cruel to Karl.
(b) She becomes frightened.
(c) She wonders if she could kill a man.
(d) She forgot she has the handgun.
8. What does Rowley insist that Mary do?
(a) Call her lawyer.
(b) Call Edgar.
(c) Go to the hotel with him.
(d) Take a sleeping pill.
9. What else does Mary have to consider about Karl's death?
(a) That she needs to notify Karl's mother.
(b) That she needs to notify Karl's sister.
(c) That the police would have absolutely no reason to suspect her if she keeps her head.
(d) That she has gotten Rowley involved.
10. What does Mary decide she must do as soon as possible?
(a) Call her lawyer.
(b) Call her father.
(c) Leave the villa.
(d) Call Edgar.
11. Who is Mary relieved to find at the social function at the Villa Bolognese?
(b) Lord Seafair.
(c) No one she knows.
12. Why doesn't Mary think it would be wise to call the police?
(a) She thinks she should call the police.
(b) She is afraid that they will arrest her right away.
(c) Because Nina had come and said she heard a bang.
(d) She is not a citizen of that country.
13. What is Karl doing after Mary and he have sex?
(a) Playing his violin.
(c) Sitting at Mary's feet smoking a cigarette.
(d) Chopping wood for Mary.
14. What does Mary realize about the gun?
(a) That it probably has Karl's fingerprints on the grip.
(b) That it could be traced to her.
(c) That Ciro would know that it had been fired.
(d) That it may have her fingerprints on the grip.
15. How does Rowley reassure Mary?
(a) He says he will assume the blame if something happens.
(b) He is unable to offer any reassurances.
(c) He says that all the signs point to Karl running off.
(d) He says no one would suspect a respectable, upper-class woman of being involved with a refugee.
Short Answer Questions
1. About whom does the conversation turn to?
2. Who is Mary expecting shortly after receiving the telegram?
3. What does Rowley reply to Mary's repeated thanks?
4. What makes it easier to hide Karl's death?
5. What do Mary and Rowley do when a car comes towards them?
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