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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. How many people live in the Thorne household?
2. Who can go to Hiram's Hospital?
(a) Ill statesmen.
(b) The mentally ill.
(c) Retired men.
3. In Chapter 17, what does Mrs. Proudie tell Mr. Slope her role is?
(a) The decider.
(b) The unquestioned master.
(c) The power behind the throne.
(d) The silent supporter.
4. How does the Archdeacon feel about the Proudies when he meets them in Chapter 5?
(a) He disapproves of them.
(b) He is unsure they will succeed.
(c) He has no opinion of them.
(d) He approves of them.
5. After Mr. Arabin's first sermon, how do the people feel about him?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gets the job of preaching at St. Ewolds?
2. In Chapter 6, who preaches at the church in Barchester as part of a challenge?
3. How does Mr. Arabin respond when he hears that Eleanor might marry Mr. Slope?
4. How does Mr. Arabin feel when he stays with the Archdeacon?
5. What do Mr. Stanhope and Charlotte discover about Bertie when they go through paperwork in Chapter 19?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Archdeacon plan to do in terms of the wardenship at the end of Chapter 18?
2. How do Dr. Harding and Eleanor respond to each other when they discuss Sunday school in Chapter 13?
3. Explain the relationship of power between Dr. Proudie, Mrs. Proudie, and Mr. Slope as described in Chapter 3.
4. What do the Proudies, Mr. Slope, and the Archdeacon debate during their meeting in Chapter 5?
5. In Chapter 24, what happens between Mr. Slope and Mr. Quiverful in regards to the wardenship?
6. What happens when Mr. Slope visits with Eleanor Bold and Susan Grantly?
7. Describe Mr. Slope's sermon in Chapter 6.
8. How does Bertie act at the Proudie's party in Chapter 11?
9. Briefly describe the Stanhope's children.
10. Describe Mr. Arabin's history with religion.
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