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Chapter 8: The Last Night. ____Who summons Utterson to Jekyll’s house? Enfield Jekyll himself Poole Hyde.

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1 Chapter 8: The Last Night

2 ____Who summons Utterson to Jekyll’s house? Enfield Jekyll himself Poole Hyde

3 ____ Why do the servants think that the man in the laboratory is not Jekyll? His voice is different from Jekyll’s Jekyll is out of the country Jekyll is dead Jekyll never goes in the laboratory

4 ____ What is Poole’s position? He is Jekyll’s lab assistant He is Jekyll’s butler He is Utterson’s clerk He is a detective

5 ____ For what does the inhabitant of the cabinet constantly petition? His medicine His will His papers A drug that is as pure as the drug he had used before

6 ____ What does the butler think happened to his master? That he has become an odious version of himself known as Mr. Hyde That he was murdered That he has killed himself That he was abducted

7 ____ What is Bradshaw’s position and what does Utterson instruct him to do? 1.He is Jekyll’s butler 2.He is Jekyll’s laboratory assistant 3.He is Jekyll’s footman 4.To help him break down the door 5.To wait at the laboratory door with sticks 6.To break in the door with an axe 1 and 4 3 and 4 2 and 6 3 and 5 2 and 5

8 ____ How did Mr. Hyde die? Dr. Jekyll killed him. He committed suicide by hanging himself. He committed suicide by taking cyanide. He committed suicide by eating arsenic.

9 ____ Which of the following does Utterson NOT find upon investigating Jekyll’s laboratory and adjacent rooms? A mirror Jekyll’s corpse A large envelope addressed to Utterson Jekyll’s will Jekyll’s confession

10 ____ Read the following excerpt from the passage and identify the DOMINANT (central or overriding) rhetorical device: It was a wild, cold, seasonable night of March, with a pale moon, lying on her back as though the wind had tilted her, and a flying wrack [clouds] of the most diaphanous and lawny texture. The wind made talking difficult, and flecked the blood into the face. It seemed to have swept the streets unusually bare of passengers, besides. Imagery Metaphor Personification Synesthesia (the description of one kind of sense perception using words that describe another kind of sense perception)

11 ____ Which one of the following gothic elements IS NOT clearly evident in chapter 8? Deep, dark secrets A sense of the uncanny (too strange or unlikely to seem merely natural or human) Dopplegångers A strange, eerie place or geographical location A villain and a victim All of the above are evident in chapter 8


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