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The passage that follows is adapted from a 1907 novel that follows the actions of an English baronet who, using a secret identity, leads a group of wealthy Englishmen in daring rescues of members of the French aristocracy during the Reign of Terror.
1. The passage as a whole is primarily concerned with
2. Based on the information in the passage, it can be inferred that the when the Comtesse escaped, the people in the nearby crowd did not approach her cart because
3. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
4. As used in line 14, "designated" most nearly means
5. In context, the phrase "pull the hare from between the teeth of the hound" (lines 32-33) refers chiefly to
6. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
7. In lines 41-46, the Comtesse is best described as
8. As used in line 52, "bearded" most nearly means
9. Lines 73-78 provide a contrast between
10. The use of italics in line 86 primarily serves to emphasize a perceived distinction between
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