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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In Chapter 4, how are Mr. Slope's religious beliefs described?
(a) New age.
(b) Strict.
(c) Conflicted.
(d) Open.

2. In Chapter 29, who comes to see Eleanor to discuss her relationship with Mr. Slope?
(a) The Archdeacon.
(b) Mr. Quiverful.
(c) The Bishop.
(d) Charlotte.

3. In Chapter 2, what makes Dr. Harding scandalous?
(a) People thought he had killed a man.
(b) People thought he had been lying.
(c) People worried he had a girlfriend.
(d) People thought he made too much money.

4. In Chapter 27, why can't Mr. Slope arrange a meeting with Dr. Harding?
(a) He denies Mr. Slope's invitation.
(b) He is away at Plumstead.
(c) He never gets the invitation.
(d) He has work in London.

5. How does Mr. Arabin feel about reform in the church?
(a) He ignores it.
(b) He is against it.
(c) He is for it.
(d) He believes a little reform is good.

6. Who enjoys meeting the signora?
(a) Mr. Slope.
(b) Bertie.
(c) Mr. Proudie.
(d) Mrs. Proudie.

7. How old is Mr. Arabin?
(a) Fifty.
(b) Thirty.
(c) Forty.
(d) Sixty.

8. How does the author describe the Thornes?
(a) Shy.
(b) Old-fashioned.
(c) Very modern.
(d) Argumentative.

9. In Chapter 30, what does Mr. Arabin realize about Eleanor?
(a) That she is too smart for him.
(b) That she is difficult.
(c) That he loves her.
(d) That he hates her.

10. In Chapter 3, who is described as controlling what Dr. Proudie does?
(a) Mr. Slope.
(b) God.
(c) Parliament.
(d) Mrs. Proudie.

11. How does Mrs. Proudie respond to Mr. Slope's sermon?
(a) She disagrees with him.
(b) She agrees with him.
(c) She thought it was just a joke.
(d) She didn't hear the sermon.

12. Who can go to Hiram's Hospital?
(a) The mentally ill.
(b) Retired men.
(c) Ill statesmen.
(d) Foreigners.

13. In Chapter 15, what does Charlotte try to convince Bertie to do?
(a) To marry Eleanor.
(b) To move to Europe.
(c) To bribe Mrs. Proudie.
(d) To get a steady job.

14. How does Mr. Arabin respond when he hears that Eleanor might marry Mr. Slope?
(a) He writes the Bishop.
(b) He writes Eleanor.
(c) He visits Mr. Slope.
(d) He visits Eleanor.

15. What makes the Archdeacon feel that Eleanor has disgraced herself?
(a) Because she has been dating two men.
(b) Because she gambled away her money.
(c) Because she receives letters from Mr. Slope.
(d) Because she is friends with the signora.

Short Answer Questions

1. Dr. Stanhope and his wife lead what type of lifestyle?

2. How are the Thornes tied to Mr. Arabin?

3. At the party in Chapter 11, what do Bertie and the Bishop discuss?

4. What does Mr. Slope learn about Eleanor when he is visiting Mr. Quiverful?

5. Who becomes warden of Hiram's Hospital?

(see the answer keys)

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