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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. Where does the Proudie family prefer to live?
2. In Chapter 6, who preaches at the church in Barchester as part of a challenge?
(a) The Archdeacon.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) Dr. Harding.
(d) Mr. Proudie.
3. When it comes to the wardenship, who does the Bishop agree with at the end of Chapter 26?
(a) Mrs. Proudie.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) Mrs. Quiverful.
(d) The Archdeacon.
4. During the debate over Sabbath schools in Chapter 5, what does the Archdeacon think of Mrs. Proudie's opinion?
(a) He thinks she is correct.
(b) He thinks she is misguided.
(c) He thinks she is ignorant.
(d) He thinks she shouldn't have one.
5. What is the Archdeacon's home known as?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Archdeacon say will happen if Mr. Slope marries Eleanor?
2. Who gets to select the warden of Hiram's Hospital?
3. In Chapter 15, what does Charlotte try to convince Bertie to do?
4. Who enjoys meeting the signora?
5. What is Eleanor doing when Mr. Slope comes to visit her in Chapter 16?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 2, what does the bill Parliament passes mean to Hiram's Hospital?
2. How does Eleanor's family react to the letter from Mr. Slope?
3. What does the Archdeacon plan to do in terms of the wardenship at the end of Chapter 18?
4. In Chapter 16, what role does Mrs. Proudie play in filling the wardenship?
5. What does Mr. Slope write in his letter to Eleanor in Chapter 27?
6. How does Mr. Slope run his church?
7. In Chapter 24, what happens between Mr. Slope and Mr. Quiverful in regards to the wardenship?
8. Describe Mr. Arabin's history with religion.
9. Explain the relationship of power between Dr. Proudie, Mrs. Proudie, and Mr. Slope as described in Chapter 3.
10. When the Proudies announce they are having a party in Chapter 10, what are some of the concerns their guests feel?
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