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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 animal is in Evey's prison cell?
(a) A fly.
(b) A cat.
(c) A rat.
(d) A bird.
2. What does V put in the communion wafer that he feeds the bishop?
3. When Harper knocks on Gordon's door, where does Gordon tell Evey to hide?
(a) The attic.
(b) The bedroom.
(d) The bathroom.
4. What item does the voice of Fate collect?
5. Why is Evey upset at the beginning of Chapter Nine?
(a) V steals something from her.
(b) She does not get to participate as much as she wants.
(c) She does not want to stay with V anymore.
(d) She does not know V would murder the bishop.
Short Answer Questions
1. On what important date does V rescue Evey?
2. When the car drives by Evey outside the Kitty-Kat Keller, what are the men inside talking about?
3. What is on the video that the prison guards show Evey?
4. When the bishop asks V who he is, how does V respond?
5. What does the state refuse to give to Rosemary Almond?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Evey dream about and why is her dream significant?
2. What does Evey find in her cell, and why is it important to her?
3. Who does Evey think that V might be, and how does V respond when she asks if this is the case?
4. What deal does Evey want to make with V and why?
5. What does the statement that the guards ask Evey to sign force her to say, and why do you think she refuses?
6. Summarize the events that occur at Larkhill, according to Delia Surridge's journal.
7. What vice does the bishop have and how does V exploit it?
8. Who does Evey stay with after V leaves her in the street, and how can you describe their relationship?
9. What is the name of the song that V sings in the Prelude to Book Two, and what is the general message of the song?
10. When Evey sees Rosemary at the Kitty-Kat Keller, what does Evey misunderstand about Rosemary's situation?
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