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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. What does the deanery pay?
(a) 1200 a year.
(b) 100 a year.
(c) 200 a year.
(d) 2000 a year.
2. How does Miss Thorne feel about her matchmaking plan?
3. What does the Archdeacon give Eleanor as a present on her wedding day?
(a) A box of pearls.
(b) A pony chair.
(c) A cob.
(d) A sapphire bracelet.
4. What does the signora tell Eleanor at their meeting?
(a) That Dr. Stanhope loves her.
(b) That Bertie loves her.
(c) That Mr. Arabin loves her.
(d) That Mr. Slope loves her.
5. Why is Mr. Arabin at the Stanhope house in Chapter 46?
(a) To talk about Eleanor.
(b) To argue with Mr. Slope.
(c) To try to win favor for the deanery.
(d) To confess his love for the signora.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Archdeacon tell Mr. Arabin about his wedding?
2. What does the author compare the end of a novel to?
3. What makes Mr. Arabin angry at the Thorne's party?
4. How does Mr. Slope feel toward Eleanor after declaring his love for her?
5. How is Mr. Arabin informed of his position as Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 45, why do Bertie and his father argue and what is the result?
2. When Mr. Slope visits in Chapter 46, what does the signora do to scare him away?
3. What does Eleanor tell her father after the Thorne's party?
4. What happens when Mr. Arabin tells Mrs. Grantly about his engagement?
5. Why does Charlotte suggest Bertie as a good person to defend Eleanor's honor?
6. How does Eleanor describe her love for Mr. Arabin in Chapter 49?
7. What happens to Mr. Slope in London after being fired in Barchester?
8. When the Archdeacon runs into Mrs. Quiverful in Chapter 50, what does he say to her?
9. What does the Archdeacon convince Dr. Harding to do in Chapter 47?
10. What happens in Chapter 39 when the Lookalofts join the upper class party?
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