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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who tells the Archdeacon about Eleanor's marriage plans?
(a) Mr. Arabin.
(b) Dr. Harding.
(c) Eleanor.
(d) The signora.

2. How does Eleanor feel about her father's offer of the deanery?
(a) She agrees that he is too old.
(b) She thinks it's really a trick.
(c) She wants him to take it.
(d) She can't decide how she feels.

3. How does Mr. Slope lose some of his favoritism in the quest for the deanery?
(a) He did not go to the cathedral.
(b) He gave another poor sermon.
(c) He spent too much time with the signora.
(d) He spoke against the cathedral.

4. Who thinks Mr. Arabin is disgracing himself by visiting the signora?
(a) Eleanor.
(b) Mrs. Grantly.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) The Archbishop.

5. How does Miss Thorne feel about her matchmaking plan?
(a) Worried.
(b) Pleased.
(c) Thrilled.
(d) Nervous.

6. What does the deanery pay?
(a) 2000 a year.
(b) 100 a year.
(c) 200 a year.
(d) 1200 a year.

7. Who does Mr. Arabin meet with in London to discuss his struggle with the Bishop?
(a) Mr. Slope.
(b) The Archbishop.
(c) Dr. Gwynne.
(d) Mr. Stanhope.

8. Why doesn't the Archdeacon believe that Eleanor will marry Mr. Arabin?
(a) Because he didn't think the signora would allow it.
(b) Because Mr. Arabin told him otherwise.
(c) Because he thinks she will marry Mr. Slope.
(d) Because he thinks they are a poor match.

9. How does the Archdeacon describe Eleanor and Mr. Arabin?
(a) Faithful old dogs.
(b) Sly young turtle doves.
(c) Sneaky foxes.
(d) Confused cats wandering aimlessly.

10. Who does the Archbishop feel is capable of being Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
(a) Himself.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) Mr. Arabin.
(d) Dr. Harding.

11. Who writes Eleanor a letter in Chapter 44?
(a) Mr. Slope.
(b) Mr. Arabin.
(c) The Bishop.
(d) The signora.

12. Why doesn't Bertie propose to Eleanor?
(a) He knows Mr. Arabin loves her more.
(b) He doesn't want to stay in Barchester.
(c) He is too afraid to.
(d) He is afraid of Mr. Slope.

13. When Eleanor returns to Barchester, what has happened to the Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
(a) He has left town.
(b) He has lost his job.
(c) He has had a stroke.
(d) He has challenged the Bishop for his title.

14. After appointing a new warden, how do the Proudies act with each other?
(a) They argued for days.
(b) They got along well.
(c) They refused to speak to each other.
(d) They were shyly pleased.

15. What new job does the Bishop take on?
(a) A post in the House of Lords.
(b) The position of Archbishop.
(c) Curate in a church.
(d) He retires.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Eleanor feel about the Stanhopes at the end of Chapter 42?

2. What reason is given to Mr. Slope for his firing?

3. Who does Eleanor run into after leaving the Thornes' party?

4. What game does Mrs. Thorne want to play at the party?

5. Where does Bertie leave for?

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