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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 Lestat defeat that makes him a local hero?
(a) Four gypsie highwaymen.
(b) A rogue vampire.
(c) Eight wolves.
(d) Three mountain lions.
2. What does Armand do without Lestat's permission?
(a) He tells everyone Lestat is a vampire.
(b) He runs away with Gabrielle.
(c) He kills one of the mortals at the ball.
(d) He drinks from him.
3. Who does Lestat look up to help him with his finances?
(a) A pawnbroker named Jacques Bergerac.
(b) A lawyer named Pierre Roget.
(c) An accountant named Cratchet.
(d) A banker named Robespierre.
4. Which vampire has published a tell all book about vampires?
5. What is The Vampire Lestat?
(a) A rock band.
(b) A newspaper column.
(c) One Who Must Be Kept.
(d) A restaurant.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nicki face Lestat after the escape from Armand's coven?
2. How do Lestat and Gabrielle escape the room where she was dying?
3. What do Nicolas and Lestat propose to do to spite their families?
4. What does Lestat want to do as a vampire?
5. What is it that makes Lestat uneasy watching Gabrielle?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Anne Rice use to let the reader know that something dire is going to happen to Lestat?
2. What makes Lestat want to get Renaud and his troupe of actors out of Paris?
3. Describe the ability Armand has to absorb a great deal of information quickly.
4. What are the reactions to Lestat's sudden ascent into wealth?
5. How is the bond between Lestat and Nicki eventually broken?
6. How does Lestat come to know that Magnus had been looking for one like him for quite some time?
7. Where do Gabrielle and Lestat go in Paris to escape the vampires who continue to chase them?
8. How does Anne rice introduce the character of Armand?
9. Explain the significance of Lestat's finding Armand at the mortals' ball.
10. Explain the length of time involved in the novel about Lestat.
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