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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 do the guards ask the crowd at the parade to do in order to comfort the Leader?
(b) Jump up and down.
(c) Wave harder.
(d) Call his name.
2. What piece of classical music does V play as he blows up the buildings?
(a) Moonlight Sonata.
(b) Rite of Spring.
(c) Fur Elise.
(d) The 1812 Overture.
3. After V dies, what does Evey do when she looks into the mirror?
(b) Looks away.
4. Why is the Leader upset as he waits for his motorcade?
(a) His computer is still down.
(b) He thinks he will be assassinated.
(c) He worries about his ability to do his job.
(d) He feels he has been forced into making an appearance.
5. What does "Ave atque vale" translate to in English?
(a) Anarchy prevails.
(b) Hail and farewell.
(c) Goodbye, my love.
(d) Safe journey.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Evey leaves prison, where does V take her?
2. What appears on Adam Susan's computer screen when Dominic comes to see him?
3. What is the name of the tube station where Mr. Finch stops?
4. What does V call the riots and looting that occur after the Jordon tower explosion?
5. How long does the guard say Evey will be in prison if she does what he asks?
Short Essay Questions
1. Near the end of the story, what does V reveal to be his main motivation?
2. Explain why V says that Evey has been "in a prison all her life."
3. Why does V take Evey to the roof?
4. How does Helen react when she sees Conrad injured, and what does this say about her as a character?
5. How does Mr. Finch manage to free himself from prison, and why is this significant?
6. Why does Mr. Finch lie to Dominic about the details of V's death?
7. How does Evey describe the new order of V?
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 is Helen Heyer's plan for Conrad's leadership?
10. After V's radio broadcast, how do people react to their new freedom?
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