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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 the judy man do to the guests lined up on stage?
(a) Plays a trick on them.
(b) Trips them.
(c) Knocks off their heads.
(d) Makes them dress up in costumes.
2. After V breaks into the TV station, how long does V say the people of England have to change their situation?
(a) Six months.
(b) Two years.
(c) Three months.
(d) One year.
3. In her journal, who does Delia Surridge describe as "vulgar and unpleasant"?
(d) The priest.
4. What is the name of V's house?
(a) The Book Emporium.
(b) The Dark Mansion.
(c) The Shadow Gallery.
(d) The Blooming Flower.
5. What does Mr. Finch think that V uses to kill George?
(a) A gun.
(b) His fingers.
(c) An arrow.
(d) A knife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Evey see at the Kitty-Kat Keller?
2. How old is Evey when the story begins?
3. On what date does V kill the bishop?
4. On what important date does V rescue Evey?
5. At the beginning of Book Two, Chapter One, who does Evey think that V might be?
Short Essay Questions
1. After Gordon is killed, what does Evey plan to do, and why does this plan go awry?
2. What does Evey dream about and why is her dream significant?
3. What forbidden items does V have in his house and why is this important?
4. In what ways does Evey's relationship with Gordon change a few months after she moves in?
5. What deal does Evey want to make with V and why?
6. Summarize the events that occur at Larkhill, according to Delia Surridge's journal.
7. 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?
8. When Evey sees Rosemary at the Kitty-Kat Keller, what does Evey misunderstand about Rosemary's situation?
9. What does Evey find in her cell, and why is it important to her?
10. How is Delia's murder different from V's other killings?
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