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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 Mary decide she must do as soon as possible?
(a) Call her father.
(b) Call her lawyer.
(c) Leave the villa.
(d) Call Edgar.
2. What frightens Mary?
(a) Nothing since things seems to be working out fine.
(b) The idea of Rowley returning to the site where they put Karl's body.
(c) Nina knowing she had a male visitor the night of Karl's death.
(d) A police investigation finding evidence in her home.
3. Why does Mary decide she will tell Edgar the truth about her and Karl?
(a) To get out of the marriage proposal.
(b) To seek Edgar's advice.
(c) To enter marriage with a clear conscience.
(d) She is not going to tell Edgar the truth.
4. What does Mary force herself to do?
(b) Act naturally.
(c) Clean up a little blood remaining on the floor.
(d) Eat some breakfast.
5. Who is Mary relieved to find at the social function at the Villa Bolognese?
(b) Lord Seafair.
(c) No one she knows.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who sends the telegram?
2. What does Mary remember as they are down the road a bit?
3. What is the explanation Rowley offers for Karl killing himself?
4. Who lives in the Villa Bolognese?
5. What is Mary's first instinct to do about Karl?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Princess learn about the violinist and what is her response?
2. What does Rowley point out to Mary to reassure her?
3. How does the situation between Mary and Karl start to deteriorate?
4. Who wakes Mary and what does Mary tell the person?
5. What does the Princess say about the party from the previous evening?
6. What is the first way Rowley suggests they handle the situation and what is Mary's response?
7. How does Mary appear as she leaves for the luncheon?
8. How does the altercation between Karl and Mary resolve itself?
9. Describe the scene of Mary and Rowley getting rid of Karl's body.
10. What does Mary think about Rowley?
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