A shocking murder has occurred in Volume 1, Chapters 6 and 7 and Justine has some very suspicious evidence. Be sure you understand what has happened by taking the quiz over these chapters of Mary Shelley's Frankensteinfrom eNotes.
Henry has been sent to find Victor, who is busy conducting a very unorthodox experiment. Be sure you understand Victor's motivations and reasoning by taking the quiz over Volume 1, Chapters 3 to 5 of Frankensteinfrom eNotes. Five questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of these chapters.
What makes Mary Shelley's Victor tick? In Volume 1, Chapters 1 and 2, the reader learns a great deal about the young scientist's hopes and aspirations. Be sure you understand the foundations of Victor's later actions and more by taking this Frankenstein quiz from eNotes.
Under the chestnut tree, Winston sips another Victory Gin. His treatments are completed. Be sure you understand what has happened to Winston, Julia, and others by taking the eNotes quiz about the conclusion of George Orwell's classic dystopian novel, 1984.
Do you think you know the details about Tom and his wife's dealings with the devil? Take this eNotes quiz about Washington Irving's The Devil and Tom Walker to find out! The overview quiz contains five questions about the mysterious buried treasure, Old Scratch, and more.
What makes for a real "hood" or criminal? Ponyboy thinks he knows. Do you? Chapter 1 of S.E. Hinton's classic novel for young adults introduces the main rivals and their struggles. Be sure you understand the conflicts between the Socs and the Greasers by taking the quiz over Chapter 1 of The Outsiders from eNotes.
After dinner with Mr. Jagger and Wemmick, Pip finally asks some questions about Molly, Jagger's strange housekeeper. Be sure you recall what Jaggers reveals about his employee and more by taking the eNotes quiz over Part 3, Chapters 48-49 of Charles Dickens' classic novel Great Expectations.
Pip goes to Jaggers' home for dinner and finds the experience odd, to say the least. Be sure you recall what was strange about the visit and more by taking the eNotes quiz for chapters 26 and 27 in part 2 of Great Expectations, Charles Dickens' classic novel.
Pip and Herbert decide to put their argument behind them. Herbert has some news to impart to his friend. Be sure you recall what Herbert has to say and more by taking the eNotes quiz over Part 2, Chapters 22-23 of Charles Dickens' classic novel Great Expectations.