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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. Whom does V say suffers the most from England's current condition?
(c) Common people.
2. After V breaks into the TV station, how long does V say the people of England have to change their situation?
(a) One year.
(b) Six months.
(c) Three months.
(d) Two years.
3. When Harper knocks on Gordon's door, where does Gordon tell Evey to hide?
(b) The bedroom.
(c) The attic.
(d) The bathroom.
4. What do the police find next to Delia's body?
(a) A note.
(b) A diary.
(c) A knife.
(d) A gun.
5. How is Evey tortured while she is in prison?
(b) Tied up tight.
(c) Cut with a knife.
(d) Dunked in water.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Evey upset at the beginning of Chapter Nine?
2. In Evey's dream, with whom is she really in bed?
3. Who is the hero on the television show that is playing when V breaks into the station?
4. What is the name of the song that V sings in the Prelude to Book Two?
5. On what date does V kill Delia and Derek?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Evey stay with after V leaves her in the street, and how can you describe their relationship?
2. What does the statement that the guards ask Evey to sign force her to say, and why do you think she refuses?
3. What does V do to Lewis Prothero?
4. What vice does the bishop have and how does V exploit it?
5. Why is Evey upset when V returns at the beginning of Chapter Three? What does this tell the reader about Evey?
6. What does V recite to the bishop, and why is this ironic?
7. To whom does V compare the people of England, and why do you think he does this?
8. When Evey sees Rosemary at the Kitty-Kat Keller, what does Evey misunderstand about Rosemary's situation?
9. What does Mr. Finch do to Creedy soon after he takes over for Derek, and why?
10. Describe how V stages the killing of the bishop, including why he chooses to do what he does.
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