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Chapter 3-4 Quiz

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1. What was so confusing and suspicious to Mr.Utterson about Dr.Jekyll's will? A)The fact that Jekyll was going to lose his fortune B)Jekyll was going to leave town C)The will said Jekyll was going to disappear C)The will said Jekyll was going to disappear
2. What was a motif for chapter 3? A)Intensity B)Doubtfulness C)Gratitude B)Doubtfulness
3. Why did Dr.Jekyll refuse to stop talking to Mr.Hyde? A)Mr.Hyde had threatened him B)Dr.Jekyll had a great interest in Mr.Hyde C)Dr.Jekyll felt forced to help Mr.Hyde B)Dr.Jekyll had a great interest in Mr.Hyde
4. Who witnessed Mr.Hyde kill the old man? A)Utterson B)A police officer C)A maid C)A maid
5. Who was the old man who was brutally murdered in the streets of London by Mr.Hyde? A)Sir Danvers Carew B)Mr.Guest C)Inspector Newcomen A)Sir Danvers Carew
6. Why did the woman who witnessed the murder faint? A)She had killed a townsman once B)She was at peace and had finally dismissed all grudges against men when she saw the event take place C)She recognized Mr.Hyde and could not bear seeing him B)She was at peace and had finally dismissed all grudges against men when she saw the event take place
7. What did the police find on the dead body of Hyde's victim? A)An envelope for Utterson B)A letter from Hyde C)Mr.Hyde's fingerprints A)An envelope for Utterson
8. What is Mr.Utterson's first reaction when he finds out about Hyde's crime? A)He swears to take revenge B)He calls Mr.Jekyll C)He remembers he still has Hyde's address C)He remembers he still has Hyde's address
9. Who receives the police at Mr.Hyde's home? A)An evil-looking landlady B)Poole C)A servant A)An evil-looking landlady
10. What does he police find in Mr.Hyde's residence? A)A dead body B)Drugs and potions C)None of the above C)None of the above
11. What leads Utterson into thinking that Hyde committed the crime in the first place? A)He felt a strong sensation of evil when he first met Mr.Hyde B)Mr.Hyde confessed to have done it C)Dr.Jekyll announced that Mr.Hyde had killed people before A)He felt a strong sensation of evil when he first met Mr.Hyde
12. What was a motif for chapter 4? A)Confusion B)Death C)Forgiveness B)Death
13. What did the police do next after they failed to find Mr.Hyde in his home? A)They called for backup B)They headed for the bank C)They waited at home for Mr.Hyde to show up B)They headed for the bank
14. Why might Mr.Hyde have a bank account that's separate from Dr.Jekyll's? A)Dr.Jekyll has no access to his money B)Similar to previous incidents, Hyde might need to compensate people who witness his crimes C)Hyde can no longer turn into Jekyll B)Similar to previous incidents, Hyde might need to compensate people who witness his crimes
15. Why was it difficult to track Mr.Hyde? A)Mr.Hyde would hide himself in his laboratory B)Mr.Hyde's stature was untraceable C)He had no friends, no family, no connections C)He had no friends, no family, no connections
16. What was odd to Mr.Utterson about the relationship between Hyde's wealth and residence? A)For someone with such wealth, Hyde lived in a displeasing home B)Hyde's home was filled with luxurious artifacts C)They were both avoided by people A)For someone with such wealth, Hyde lived in a displeasing home
17. Why might the author explain in detail the appearance of Mr.Hyde's residence in comparison to the rest? A)There is a sense of evil surrounding not only the place, but the people around it B)It foreshadows danger C)All of the above C)All of the above
18. What might Mr.Utterson's dream about London symbolize? A)The horror inside Utterson's body after Hyde suddenly disappears B)The storm that raged the night of the murder C)Utterson's view on the world A)The horror inside Utterson's body after Hyde suddenly disappears
19. Why would the author make Utterson describe the sky with such feeling and detail if he's a rather blank man? A)To show the weather changed dramatically B)To foreshadow death in the sky C)To show that the murder truly impacted Utterson's persona C)To show that the murder truly impacted Utterson's persona
20. What does the reader finally realize about Hyde in chapter 4? A)He felt like an outcast B)Hyde will want to murder Utterson C)Hyde is not only manipulating Jekyll but has shown he is a savage by nature C)Hyde is not only manipulating Jekyll but has shown he is a savage by nature
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