The Scarlet Pimpernel The Scarlet Pimpernel Chapter 7 Quiz
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The Scarlet Pimpernel Chapter 7 Quiz

In 'The Secret Orchard,' we finally meet Armand St. Just, Lady Blakeney's brother, and we also learn the reason for the strain between Sir Percy and Lady Blakeney.

  • Question 1

    "They are going too far, Armand," she said vehemently. Who is speaking here and what is the character referring to?

  • Question 2

    Did Armand understand his sister's sorrow?

  • Question 3

    Lady Blakeney did not marry Sir Blakeney for his wealth. Why then did she marry him?

  • Question 4

    Was Armand older or younger than Marguerite?

  • Question 5

    "It was too late to talk of circumstances..." What does Lady Blakeney mean by this?

  • Question 6

    "...but each now seemed to have a secret orchard, into which the other dared not penetrate." What does this mean?

  • Question 7

    " I sometimes wish you had not so many lofty virtues...I assure you little sins are far less dangerous and uncomfortable..." Who is speaking and why does the speaker say this?

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