Tale of Two Cities

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  1. IN WHAT YEAR DOES THIS NOVEL BEGIN?
    a. 1767
    b. 1775
    c. 1783
    d. 1793
    b. 1775
  2. WHICH TWO CITIES DOES THIS TITLE REFER TO?
    A. London and Liverpool
    B. Paris and Berlin
    C. London and Paris
    D. London and Rome
    C. London and Paris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. WHO IS THE "KING WITH THE LARGE JAW" IN ENGLAND?
    a. George III
    b. Henry VIII
    c. Louis XVI
    d. none of the above
    a. George III
  4. WHO IS THE "KING WITH THE LARGE JAW" IN FRANCE?
    A. George III
    B. Henry VIII
    C. Louis XVI
    d. none of the above
    C. Louis XVI
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. MR JARVIS LORRY IS A
    A. banker
    B. mail-coach driver
    C. barrister
    D. spy
    A. banker
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Mr. Jarvis Lorry is employed at

    A. the French Embassy
    B. the bastille
    C. Tellson's Bank
    D. Royal George Hotel
    C. Tellson's Bank
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. What is the message that Mr Lorry recieves?

    A. "continue as planned"
    B. "abort mission"
    C. "recalled to life"
    D. "wait at dover for mam'selle"
    D. wait at Dover for mam'selle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. What is Mr. Lorry's reply to the message?

    A. "wait at dover for mam'selle"
    B. "recalled to life"
    C. "abort mission"
    D. "continue as planned"
    B. recalled to life
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Who delivers the message to Mr. Lorry?

    A. Jerry Cruncher
    B. Monsieur Defarge
    C. Sydney Carton
    D. Dr. Manette.
    A. jerry cruncher
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Lucie Manette is described as

    A. "not more than eighteen, golden hair blue eyes"
    B."not more than seventeen, golden hair blue eyes"
    C. "a stout woman of thirty five, blonde hair and blue eyes"
    D. "a wild looking woman, red hair and extraordinary tight fitting fashion"
    B. not more than seventeen, golden hair blue eyes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. What does Mr. Lorry tell Lucie Manette?

    A. she has inherited a large sum of money
    B. her father is still alive
    C. she is his daughter
    D. she is to be tried for treason
    B. her father is still alive
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. How long was Dr. Manette imprisoned in the Bastille?

    A. 18 years
    B. 8 years
    C. 25 years
    A. 18 years
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. What does Gaspard write on the wall in wine and mud?

    A. i am hungry
    B. his name
    C. blood
    D. red wine
    C. blood
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. What event does the spilled wine foreshadow?

    A. the Seven Years War
    B. the French Revolution
    C. The dark ages
    D. the death of King Louis XVI
    B. the french revolution
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. What is the name Monsieur Defarge calls himself and the other revolutionaries?

    A. Henri
    B. Baptise
    C. James Bon
    D. Jacques
    D. Jacques
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. What hobby did Dr. Manette pick up in prison?

    a. novel writing
    b. shoe making
    c. black smithing
    d. none of the above
    b shoe making
  17. What is Dr. Manette's condition?

    a. he is weak and feeble
    b. he cannot remember his past
    c. he cannot remember his name
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  18. What does Dr. Manette say his name is

    A. one hundred and five, north tower
    B. one hundred, north tower
    C. Jacques
    d. none of the above
    A. one hundred and five, north tower
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. What item does Dr. Manette use to help him escape in spirit while in prison?

    A. fashionable shoes
    B. the memory of mrs manette, his wife
    C. a little quanitity of golden hair
    d. none of the above
    C. a little quantity of golden hair
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. What decision does Lucie make about Dr Manette?

    A. stay in France and find out who did this to her father
    B. give him a glass of wine
    C. leave France immediately
    D. leave him in the locked, secluded room
    C. Leave France immediately
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. What is Charles Darnay tried for in England?

    a. murder
    b. robbery
    c. treason
    d. petty theft
    c. treason
  22. Why is Darnay acquitted?

    a. he has an alibi
    b. he proves that he is not french
    c. he has a brilliant defense lawyer
    d. he resembles Carton
    d. he resembles carton
  23. Which gentleman does not want to marry Lucie?

    a. Sydney Carton
    b. Mr. Stryver
    c. Charles Darnay
    d. Mr. Lorry
    d. Mr. Lorry
  24. Where does Darnay and Carton go together after the trial?

    a. the Thames
    b. a tavern
    c. the Manette's house
    d. Paris
    b. tavern
  25. Where in London do the Manette's live?

    a. soho
    b. kensington
    c. fleet street
    d. whitefrairs
    a. soho
  26. What does Miss Pross call Lucie Manette?

    a. my ladybird
    b. sweetheart
    c. daughter
    d. a golden-haired doll
    a. my ladybird
  27. What is the most noticeable feature of the Manettes' house?

    a. its proximity to temple bar
    b. the sunniness of the front room
    c. the resounding echoes from the street
    d. the musty smell
    c. the resounding echoes from the street
  28. What does Lucie think the echoes in her house mean?

    a. people are coming to intrude in her family
    b. the walls are too thin
    c. Soho is urbanizing very fast
    d. she should shut her door
    a. people are coming to intrude in her family
  29. What does "Monseigneur" mean?

    a. the man
    b. my lord
    c. the king
    d. my man
    b. my lord
  30. What does NOT happen on the Marquis's way home in his carriage?

    A. he gives Defarge a coin
    B. he refuses to erect a gravestone for a woman's husband
    C. he runs over a little boy
    D. he stops for a meal
    D. he stops for a meal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Moseigneur is

    a. Lucie's husband
    b. Charles Darnay's uncle
    c. Charles Darnay's father
    d. Dr. Manettes brother
    b. charles darnays uncle
  32. Charles Darnay does not

    a. renounce his aristocratic title
    b. get persecuted by the French lower class
    c. help tumble the bastille
    d. sympathize with the peasants' plight
    c. help tumble the bastille
  33. Monseigneur is murdered by

    a. Dr. Manette
    b. someone who calls himself Jacques
    c. Charles Darnay
    d. Mr. Lorry
    b. someone who calls himself Jacques
  34. Charles Darnay's moonlighting profession is

    a. lawyer
    b. teacher
    c. ressurection man
    d. street cleaner
    b. teacher
  35. According to the mender of the roads, what happened ot the murder of the Marquis?

    a. he was never found
    b. he returned to life
    c. he was captured and put to death
    d. he was rewarded by the Jacques
    c. he was captured and put to death
  36. Jerry Cruncher's other profession is

    a. wife beater
    b. shoemaking
    c. blacksmithing
    d. grave robber
    d. grave robber
  37. What secret did Darnay reveal to Dr. Manette on the day of his wedding?

    a. he is a felon
    b. he killed Monseigneur
    c. his true identity
    d. all of the above
    c. his true identity
  38. How does Dr. Manette respond to the news?

    a. he returned to shoemaking
    b. he stopped the wedding
    c. he had him arrested
    d. none of the above
    a. he returned to shoemaking.
  39. Mrs. Cruncher's "flopping" results in her abuse by her husband Jerry Cruncher; what is flopping?

    a. disrespecting
    b. non-domesticating
    c. praying
    d. none of the above
    c. praying
  40. What decision does Charles Darnay makes at the end of book the second?

    a. divorce Lucie and return to his family
    b. returned to Paris
    c. reclaim his family name
    d. none of the above
    b. returned to Paris
  41. What is Madame Defarge knitting?

    a. a scarf
    b. a suicide note in the shape of a sweater
    c. a register of people who will be condemned to die after the Revolution
    d. clothes for the revolutionaries
    c. a register of people who will be condemned to die after the revolution
  42. The novel is divided into three parts: "Recalled to Life, "The Golden Thread," and

    a. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
    b. The Track of the Storm
    c. The Substance of the Shadow
    d. the Facts of Life
    b. The Track of the Storm
  43. One of the recurring themes of the book is

    a. the purification of society during the Reign of Terror
    b. Mme. Defarge's spouting of revolutionary slogans
    c. Miss Pross' dedication to Lucie
    d. all of the above
    a. the purification of society during the Reign of Terror
  44. Where does Madame Defarge record the name of the enemies of the Revolution for safe keeping?

    a. in her notebook
    b. in her knitting
    c. in her mind
    d. in her newspaper
    b. in her knitting
  45. What image does Dicken's frequently use to describe Lucie Manette?

    a. an earth bound angel
    b. a golden thread
    c. tiger lily
    d. a calm in a storm
    b. a golden thread
  46. During the storming of the Bastille, who decapitates the fortress's guard?

    a. Madame Defarge
    b. Defarge
    c. John Barsad
    d. an anonymous Jacques
    a. Madame Defarge
  47. Why does the Paris Mob kill Foulon?

    a. because he is a spy
    b. because he suggested that starving people eat grass
    c. because his carriage ran down a child in the street
    d. because he collected high taxes from the peasants
    b. because he suggested that starving people eat grass
  48. What is the duration of Manette's psychological relapse after Lucie leaves for her honeymoon?

    a. nine days
    b. four days
    c. a fortnight
    d. a year and three months
    a. nine days
  49. Who devops a habit of watching and speaking to Lucie as she waits on a Paris street corner each day, hoping that Darnay will be able to see her from his prison window?

    a. Madame Defarge
    b. Defarge
    c. a wood sawyer
    d. a seamstress
    c. a wood sawyer
  50. Who does the spy John Barsad turn out to be?

    a. Miss Pross' brother, Soloman
    b. a realtion of the Marquis
    c. Madame Defarge's long lost brother
    d. Roger Cly
    a. Miss Pross' brother, Soloman
  51. Why was Doctor Manette imprisoned?

    a. he stole bread from the winter springs cafeteria
    b. he failed to save the life of an aristocrat's daughter
    c. the Marquis Evermonde feared that Manette would reveal one of the Marquis' dark secrets
    d. he was an outspoken critic of the royal family
    c. the Marquis Evermonde feared that Manatte would reveal one of the Marquis' dark secrets
  52. The "one hideous figure" whose ominous shadow dominated the bloody days of the Revolution was

    a. The Vengeance
    b. La Guillotine
    c. Mme. Defarge
    d. none of the above
    b. La Guillotine
  53. The Carmagnole was

    a. the nickname for the "mender of the roads"
    b. the popular song of the Revolution
    c. Mme. Defarge's knitting register
    d. none of the above.
    d. none of the above.
  54. Jerry Cruncher contributes to the plot by

    a. admitting that he was a Ressurection Man
    b. revealing that Roger Cly had not been executed and buried
    c. exposing Soloman Pross as John Barsad
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  55. Why does Charles Darnay decide to return to France after his marriage to Lucie?

    a. he doesnt enjoy living in england
    b. he feels he must return to accept his role as a French nobleman
    c. He recieves a letter from Theophile Gabelle imploring him to return
    d. his wife lucie has returned to France to rescue her father, Dr. Manette
    c. He recieves a letter from Theophile Gabelle imploring him to return
  56. If Gabelle had been slain by the mob,

    a. the St. Evremondes would have been deprived of their revenge.
    b. it would have enraged the Defarges
    c. Darnay would not have been summoned back to France
    d. all of the above
    c. Darnay would not have been summoned back to France
  57. The second time that Charles Darnay is tried, he is acquitted with the help of which character?

    a. Lucie Manette Darnay
    b. Miss Pross
    c. Dr. Manette
    d. Jerry Cruncher
    c. Dr. Manette
  58. In chapter 9, during the third accusation, who was the mysterious third person who denounced Darnay?

    a. Lucie Manette Darnay
    b. Miss Pross
    c. Dr. Manette
    d. Jerry Cruncher
    c. Dr. Manette
  59. Mme. Defarge's secret is that

    A. her father had been Dr. Manette's cell mate
    B. her son had been run over by the cruel Marquis
    C. her sister had been killed by Darnay's family
    d. none of the above
    C. her sister had been killed by Darnay's family
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  60. What is the outcome of the final showdown between Madame Defarge and Miss Pross?

    a. Madame Defarge opens the door to Lucie's room and discovers her absence
    b. Madame Defarge knits Miss Pross's name into the death list
    c. Miss Pross manages to conceal Lucie's absence by tricking her
    d. Madame Defarge is killed as she attempts to kill Miss Pross.
    d. Madame Defarge is killed as she attempts to kill Miss Pross.
  61. Who sacrifices his life for that of Darnay?

    a. Dr. Manette
    b. Monseiur Defarge
    c. Jarvis Lorry
    d. Sydney Carton
    d. Sydney Carton
  62. How does Carton get Darnay out of prison?

    a. he makes the guards think darnay is dead
    b. he hides Darnay in a cart full of diry laundry
    c. he sneaks Darnay out after bribing a guard
    d. he changes clothes with Darnay and drugs him and arranges for the guards to take Darnay out of the prison in his place
    d. he changes clothes with Darnay and drugs him and arranges for the guards to take Darnay out of the prison in his place

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