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Which answer choice best describes what The Most Dangerous Game is about?
a) a classic struggle between rich and ppor b) a bitter attack on hunting c) a deadly contest between two hunters d) a superstitious tale told by sailors
How does the author create suspense at the beginning of The Most Dangerous Game?
a) He starts the story with dialogue, not description. b) He has Whitney refer to Captain Nielsen, a dangerous figure. c) He has Whitney describe the mysterious reputation of the island they are passing. d) He shows how Whitney and Rainsford plan to go hunting in the Amazon.
Which of the following events comes first in The Most Dangerous Game?
a) Rainsford's trap kills Ivan. b) Rainsford falls overboard. c) Rainsford sleeps in Zaroff's bed. d) Rainsford leaps into the sea.
Which answer choice identifies the main conflict in The Most Dangerous Game?
a) Rainsford vs. Zaroff b) Ivan vs. Zaroff c) Rainsford vs. the ocean d) Rainsford vs. Ivan
In The Most Dangerous Game, which answer choice best describes General Zaroff's problem before he invents his game?
a) He loves hunting but hates to see animals suffer. b) He hates Ivan but needs him for company. c) He cares only for hunting, but hunting has begun to bore him. d) He hates Rainsford but must be kind to him
In The Most Dangerous Game, whit is the game that Zaroff invents?
a) He invites the world's greatest hunters to compete against one another. b) He hunts human beings - sailors he has lured to the island. c) He invites other hunters to compete against Ivan. d) He and Ivan compete against each other in tracking animals.
In the Most Dangerous Game, why does Zaroff feel his game is not immoral?
a) He does not directly kill his victims. b) He gives his visitors plenty of good food and exercise. c) He respects his victims' feelings. d) He believes that the weak exist to give pleasure to the strong.
In The Most Dangerous Game, Zaroff tells Rainsford that his visitors always choose to participate in the hunt rather than face Ivan. What can you infer from this remark?
a) The visitors greatly enjoy Zaroff's game b) The visitors have formed secret plans to escape c) The visitors would rather take their chances in the hunt than be tortured d) Zaroff tricks them into believing that the hunt will not hurt them
In The Most Dangerous Game, what does Zaroff at first say he wants Rainsford to do?
a) leave the island b) join in the next hunt c) stay for a long visit d) train at Zaroff's school
Which answer choice states the resolution of the main conflict in The Most Dangerous Game?
a) Rainsford appears in Zaroff's bedroom b) Zaroff finds Rainsford's circular trail. c) Rainsford dives into the sea d) One of Zaroff's dogs falls into Rainsford's trap.
In The Most Dangerous Game, which character's internal conflicts contribute most to the story's actions and its effect on the reader?
a) Whitney's b) Zaroff's c) Ivan's d) Rainsford's
In The Most Dangerous Game, which factor contributes most to Zaroff's defeat at Rainsford's hands?
a) Zaroff's overconfidence b) Zaroff's sleepiness c) Zaroff's reliance on his dogs d) Zaroff's loss of Ivan
In The Cask of Amontillado, who is the narrator, or the character who tells the story?
a) Luchesi b) Montressor c) Fortunato d) Amontillado
Which word pairs best describe the mood, or atmosphere, of The Cask of Amontillado?
a) humerous and silly b) realistic and ordinary c) sincere and thought-provoking d) grim and suspenseful
With whom does the narrator have a conflict in The Cask of Amontillado?
a) himself b) Fortunato c) Luchesi d) no one
According to the following sentence from The Cask of Amontillado, what has Fortunato done Montresor? The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult I vowed revenge.
a) He has stabbed him. b) He has robbed him. c) He has insulted him. d) He has stolen his wife.
What can you predict from the following sentence spoken by Montrasor in The Cask of Amontillado? At length I would be avenged; this was a point definitely settled...
a) Montresor will not do anything b) Montresor will apologize c) Montresor will carry out his revenge d) Montresor will be murdered
In The Cask of Amontillado, why does Fortunato go into the vaults?
a) to meet his friend's ancestors b) to find some peace and quiet c) to attend a meeting of masons d) to prove his wine expertise
In The Cask of Amontillado, why does Montresor tell his servants not to leave his house?
a) He knows they will do the opposite of what they are told. b) He is afraid of being robbed. c) He wants to enjoy the carnival. d) He is punishing them for bad behavior earlier in the day.
What is the most likely reason the narrator chose the catacombs as the setting for his revenge in The Cask of Amontillado?
a) It is his favorite place in his house. b) It is full of family history and memories. c) No one will hear or find Fortunato. d) Fortunato is afraid of ghosts and bones.
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