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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. Who does Mr. Arabin meet at a party at the Stanhope's in Chapter 24?
(a) The signora.
(b) The Archdeacon.
(c) His cousin.
(d) The Bishop.
2. In Chapter 29, who comes to see Eleanor to discuss her relationship with Mr. Slope?
(a) The Archdeacon.
(b) The Bishop.
(d) Mr. Quiverful.
3. Who can go to Hiram's Hospital?
(a) The mentally ill.
(b) Retired men.
(c) Ill statesmen.
4. When the Bishop confronts Mrs. Proudie about the position of warden, what happens?
(a) He concedes to her opinion.
(b) He left the room angrily.
(c) He changes her mind.
(d) He feels he got nowhere with her.
5. How does Eleanor Harding feel about Mr. Slope's proposed Sunday school?
(a) She disapproves of it.
(b) She approves of it.
(c) She wants to teach it.
(d) She has no opinion.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 2, what makes Dr. Harding scandalous?
2. How does Mrs. Quiverful get to the Proudie's?
3. Who does Mr. Slope visit to discuss the wardenship in Chapter 24?
4. Why does Mrs. Quiverful visit Mrs. Proudie?
5. How does Dr. Harding feel about Mr. Slope's romantic interest in Eleanor?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mr. Arabin discover that he is in love with Eleanor?
2. How does Mr. Slope run his church?
3. What surprises Eleanor about Mr. Arabin when they talk in Chapter 21?
4. When the Proudies announce they are having a party in Chapter 10, what are some of the concerns their guests feel?
5. What happens when Mr. Slope visits with Eleanor Bold and Susan Grantly?
6. In Chapter 16, what role does Mrs. Proudie play in filling the wardenship?
7. What does the Archdeacon tell Eleanor about her relationship with Mr. Slope?
8. When Mrs. Proudie visits Mr. Slope in Chapter 17, what things does she tell him?
9. How does Bertie act at the Proudie's party in Chapter 11?
10. Explain the relationship of power between Dr. Proudie, Mrs. Proudie, and Mr. Slope as described in Chapter 3.
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