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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. At the Thorne's party,who does Mrs. Proudie suggest has a chance to become the new Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
(a) Mr. Arabin.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) Countess de Courcy.
(d) Dr. Stanhope.

2. Why is Mr. Arabin at the Stanhope house in Chapter 46?
(a) To talk about Eleanor.
(b) To confess his love for the signora.
(c) To argue with Mr. Slope.
(d) To try to win favor for the deanery.

3. What reason is given to Mr. Slope for his firing?
(a) His harassment of Eleanor.
(b) His lies to gain power.
(c) His relationship with the signora.
(d) His poor sermon.

4. How does Eleanor feel about Charlotte now that she is engaged?
(a) She still feels hurt by Charlotte.
(b) She feels she does not need Charlotte.
(c) She wants Charlotte to apologize to her.
(d) She misses Charlotte.

5. Where does Miss Thorne invite Mr. Arabin and Eleanor?
(a) A small town next to Barchester.
(b) London.
(c) To her house.
(d) Plumstead.

6. What does Mr. Arabin tell the Archdeacon about Eleanor in Chapter 34?
(a) That she stole some of his money.
(b) That she wants to run away.
(c) That she does not want to marry Mr. Slope.
(d) That she is trying to marry Mr. Slope.

7. How does Dr. Harding respond to the news of Eleanor's engagement?
(a) He is shocked and excited.
(b) He is pleased and calm.
(c) He is nervous and upset.
(d) He is angry and confused.

8. Who ends up whispering the name of Mr. Arabin to a "distinguished person" in regards to the deanery?
(a) The Bishop.
(b) The marquis.
(c) The Master of Lazarus.
(d) Dr. Gwynne.

9. In Chapter 33, who is Eleanor anxious to forgive?
(a) Mr. Arabin.
(b) Bertie Stanhope.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) Charlotte Stanhope.

10. What makes Miss Thorne want to set up Mr. Arabin and Eleanor?
(a) Eleanor asks for her help.
(b) She hopes Eleanor will give her money.
(c) She is bored.
(d) Rumors about Mr. Arabin and the signora.

11. Who says: "You are not destined to be son-in-law to a dean"?
(a) Mr. Arabin.
(b) The Archdeacon.
(c) Dr. Harding.
(d) The Prime Minister.

12. Who does the Archdeacon fear will become the new Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
(a) Mr. Proudie.
(b) Mr. Quiverful.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) Dr. Harding.

13. Who does Dr. Gwynne support for wardenship of Hiram's Hospital?
(a) Himself.
(b) Dr. Harding.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) Mr. Quiverful.

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

15. How is Mr. Arabin's new job as Dean toasted?
(a) With champagne.
(b) With bumpers of claret.
(c) With a trip to Plumstead.
(d) With a quiet dinner.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Eleanor see Mr. Arabin with after leaving the Thornes' party?

2. Who supports Mr. Slope in his quest for the deanery?

3. Who says: "I like everything old-fashioned"?

4. How does Mr. Arabin feel when he is asked to become Dean of Barchester Cathedral?

5. At the Thorne's party, what does Mr. Slope do when Eleanor tries to be alone?

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