The Scarlet Pimpernel Chapter 6 Quiz

The Scarlet Pimpernel Chapter 6 Quiz

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In 'An exquisite of 92,' we are introduced to Sir Percy Blakeney and we learn more about the relationship between Sir Percy and Lady Blakeney. This chapter also highlights the underlying tensions within the popular couple's marriage.

  • Question 1

    What does the young Vicomte challenge Sir Blakeney to?

  • Question 2

    What two birds did Lady Blakeney compare Sir Blakeney and the Vicomte to?

  • Question 3

    Before her marriage to Sir Percy Blakeney, Lady Blakeney was a popular actress at the

  • Question 4

    Who tells the young Vicomte that it would be hardly fitting for him to commence his career in England by provoking Sir Blakeney to a duel?

  • Question 5

    Lady Blakeney was known as a French republican. Although she believed in equality for all 'from principle and by conviction,' what two inequalities did she concede were beyond the power of most people?

  • Question 6

    What was the Blakeney family scandal which rocked London society?

  • Question 7

    Why was the Vicomte incredulous that Sir Blakeney would not fight him?

  • Question 8

    'Everyone knew that he was hopelessly stupid...'

    Why was this statement ironic?

  • Question 9

    Who noticed the 'curious look of intense longing, of deep and hopeless passion' in Sir Blakeney's eyes as he followed the 'retreating figure of his brilliant wife?'

  • Question 10

    What action of Lady Blakeney's was considered by some as an 'artistic eccentricity' and others as a 'wise provision?'

  • Question 11

    Despite the two inequalities above, which trait did Lady Blakeney believe everyone had full control over?

  • Question 12

    Why does Marguerite excuse herself?

  • Question 13

    Why did London society disapprove of Sir Blakeney's decision to marry Lady Blakeney?

  • Question 14

    What is the great irony in Sir Blakeney and Lady Blakeney's marriage which causes incredulity in the eyes of London society?

  • Question 15

    Why was the double entendre 'golden key is said to open every door' an insult by those 'more malignantly inclined?'

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