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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 government official is at the Kitty-Kat Keller while Evey and Gordon are there?
(b) The Leader.
(d) Mr. Finch.
2. When Gordon takes Evey out for the evening, why does Evey not fully understand what is going on?
(a) She is drunk.
(b) She has been drugged.
(c) She is very tired.
(d) She is not very smart.
3. What item does the voice of Fate collect?
4. On what date does V kill Delia and Derek?
(a) December Twenty-Fourth.
(b) December Twenty-Third.
(c) December Twenty-Second.
(d) December Twenty-Fifth.
5. After Evey takes the gun to the Kitty-Kat Keller, where does she hide?
(a) In the Kitty-Kat Keller.
(b) Behind a sign.
(c) In a car.
(d) In an alley.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Mr. Finch punch?
2. What is the profession of the woman in the letter?
3. Who replaces Derek Almond at the Finger?
4. Why does Rosemary have to leave the Kitty-Kat Keller?
5. After Gordon is killed, what does Evey plan to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the statement that the guards ask Evey to sign force her to say, and why do you think she refuses?
2. What reason does V give for imprisoning and torturing Evey? In what way does he accomplish this goal?
3. Who does Evey realize must be under the mask, and how does she react?
4. After V's radio broadcast, how do people react to their new freedom?
5. How does Evey describe the new order of V?
6. After returning to London from Larkhill, what is Mr. Finch looking for, and why does he stop at the train station?
7. How does Helen react when she sees Conrad injured, and what does this say about her as a character?
8. When the guard gives Evey one last chance to give in, what does she say, and what does this say about her character?
9. Who does Evey stay with after V leaves her in the street, and how can you describe their relationship?
10. Explain why V says that Evey has been "in a prison all her life."
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