Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson
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1. Negotiations between Mr. Robert and the Locktons were interrupted when--
Isabel fainted as a result of the whipping Mr. Robert had given her.
Pastor Weeks stormed into the tavern, holding Miss Mary Finch's will.
the tavern proprietor's wife, Jenny, offered to buy Ruth and Isabel.
the cook raised the alarm that Ruth and Isabel had escaped.
2. Isabel became filled with anger when she learned that Madam meant to--
Have a doctor exam Ruth and try to cure her.
dress Ruth in finery and use her for a personal maid.
hire her out to a tanner who had a reputation for being hard on slaves.
ship Isabel and Ruth to the Lockton's plantation in the Carolinas.
3. With what information did Isabel strike a deal with Colonel Regan?
The British were marching North from Boston and would lay siege to New York.
The Loyalists had a man in the Life Guards and planned to kill Washington.
The mayor wanted to arrest Ben Franklin and hang him in the town square.
The Spanish were sending doubloons to help the British quell the rebellion.
4. Why did Madam sell Ruth?
The Lockton's money was seized, and they couldn't afford to keep two slaves.
Ruth had a seizure and Madam believed she had the Devil in her.
Becky caught Ruth stealing a bracelet from Madam's jewelry box.
She needed to pay her gambling debts without Lockton being any the wiser.
5. As punishment for her crimes against Madam, Isabel was--
forced to wear leg shackles to prevent her from attempting to escape again.
locked in a cage that was hung in the market square for a fortnight.
sent to the Bahamas, where she worked on the Lockton's sugar plantation.
branded on her right cheek with the letter I for "insolence".
6. What happened while Isabel was working for Lady Seymour?
A Hessian soldier kidnapped Isabel and forced her to spy for him.
Isabel discovered that Lady Seymour was spying on Lockton for the rebels.
Lady Seymour arranged for Isabel's passage to Canada and freedom.
The house caught fire and Isabel dragged Lady Seymour to safety.
7. After seeing Curzon being led into Bridewell prison, Isabel began--
volunteering a church that made clothing and blankets for the prisoners.
saving the scraps from the house and bringing them to the prisoners.
trying to convince Lockton to negotiate Curzon's release.
delivering messages for Curzon's master, Mister Bellingham.
8. What did the young man at the stationer's shop give Isabel?
An urgent message for General Washington.
Thomas Paine's COMMON SENSE.
A miniature of the newly designed American flag.
Ben Franklin's POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK
9. What did Madam do after her friend saw Isabel talking to a rebel officer?
She had Hannah lock Isabel in the potato bin.
She tried to kill Isabel by poisoning her food.
She tied Isabel to a tree and whipped her mercilessly.
She convinced Lockton to sell Isabel.
10. Isabel freed Curzon from Bridewell Prison by-
bribing the guard with money she had stolen from the Locktons.
using a metal shaft to pry the bars of his cell window.
drugging the guard, stealing his keys, and unlocking the cell doors.
loading his seemingly dead body into a wheelbarrow while cleaning cells.
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