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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 V do that drives Prothero to madness?
(a) He tortures him.
(b) He plays the same record over and over.
(c) He interrogates him.
(d) He burns his dolls.
2. How is Evey tortured while she is in prison?
(a) Dunked in water.
(c) Cut with a knife.
(d) Tied up tight.
3. What is the name of V's house?
(a) The Shadow Gallery.
(b) The Book Emporium.
(c) The Dark Mansion.
(d) The Blooming Flower.
4. Who is the woman in the letter in a relationship with when her house is raided?
5. What piece of music does V play while he kills the bishop?
(a) Brahm's Piano Trio Number One.
(b) Mozart's Twentieth Piano Concerto.
(c) Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
(d) Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the car drives by Evey outside the Kitty-Kat Keller, what are the men inside talking about?
2. While in prison, what does Evey refuse to do?
3. What does Mr. Susan say is his "bride"?
4. What item does the voice of Fate collect?
5. What is the name of the man who interrogates Evey?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does V blame for the current condition of England and why?
2. What does Mr. Finch do to Creedy soon after he takes over for Derek, and why?
3. Who does Evey stay with after V leaves her in the street, and how can you describe their relationship?
4. What does V recite to the bishop, and why is this ironic?
5. Why is Evey upset when V returns at the beginning of Chapter Three? What does this tell the reader about Evey?
6. After Gordon is killed, what does Evey plan to do, and why does this plan go awry?
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. What is the function of the voice of Fate?
9. Summarize the events that occur at Larkhill, according to Delia Surridge's journal.
10. Why is Valerie imprisoned, and why does she refuse to give in to the guards?
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