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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whom does Annie want to marry?
2. What does the owner of High Glen use as a paperweight?
(a) Gold brick.
(b) Iron collar.
(c) Beer stein.
(d) Lump of coal.
3. What day is it at the beginning of Chapter 16?
(a) Christmas Day.
(b) Elaine's Christening Day.
(c) Lady Alicia's birthday.
(d) Lizzie and Jay's wedding day.
4. With whom does Lizzie attend the event advertised in the flyer?
(a) She goes with Annie.
(b) She goes with Jay.
(c) She goes alone.
(d) She goes with Lady Alicia.
5. What does Lizzie need to do in order to view the mines?
(a) Dress like a man.
(b) Pack a picnic lunch.
(c) Cover her face.
(d) Get plenty of sleep.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the horse given to Jay by his father?
2. Companies will no longer hire Mack because _____________________.
3. Why is Mack so popular among the workers?
4. According to the law, if a man over twenty-one works in the mine for ________________, he becomes the property of the owner.
5. In what city is Jay and Lizzie's house located?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jay's mother tell him about her beginning feelings of hatred for her husband Sir George?
2. What makes Lizzie change her mind about going through with the wedding?
3. Why have the Jamissons returned to High Glen?
4. What is Mack's code about not letting anyone cheat him and how does that impact him and others?
5. What does Mack do that makes the Jamissons wary of him?
6. How is Mack McAsh introduced in the story?
7. What is Lady Hallim's advice regarding Jay's growing interest in Lizzie?
8. What deal does Lady Alicia try to strike with her husband regarding Jay and his management of the coal on the Hallim land?
9. What is the content of the Prologue in A PLACE CALLED FREEDOM?
10. What is Mack's first priority after the firedamp alarm sounds?
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