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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. According to V, what room did the woman who wrote the letter occupy at Larkhill?
2. What does Evey vow never to do again?
(c) Oppose the government.
(d) Destroy buildings.
3. What does V say is a "prison"?
4. What does Helen Heyer bribe Harper to do?
(a) Keep Creedy from assuming power.
(b) Protect her husband.
(c) Leave town.
(d) Kill Creedy.
5. What does Creedy blackmail Harper into doing?
(a) Leave town forever.
(b) Help him kidnap the leader.
(c) Confess to his crimes.
(d) Help him capture insurgents.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Evey initially react to V's reason for imprisoning her?
2. What is V doing when Mr. Finch walks into the train station?
3. Who dies when Jordon Tower explodes?
4. What do Evey and V do at the end of Book Two, Chapter Fourteen?
5. When Dominic reads the love letters found on the street, what does he realize?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Evey realize must be under the mask, and how does she react?
2. After V's radio broadcast, how do people react to their new freedom?
3. What does the reader learn about the story's minor characters from the vignettes?
4. What does Rosemary imagine as she dances on stage, and why is this important?
5. What is the nature of Conrad's relationship with Helen, and what does Helen want Conrad to do?
6. How does Helen react when she sees Conrad injured, and what does this say about her as a character?
7. What does Adam Susan ask the computer in the Book Three Prologue, and why is this significant?
8. Why does V inflict only a minor wound on Mr. Finch, and why does he make it so easy for Mr. Finch to find him?
9. What reason does Mr. Finch give for taking acid, and what other issues cause him to do this?
10. When the guard gives Evey one last chance to give in, what does she say, and what does this say about her character?
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