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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 Eleanor want to move in with her?
(a) Her father.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) A new maid.
2. Why does Eleanor wake up early the morning after the engagement?
(a) Because she could not sleep.
(b) Because she might run into Mr. Arabin.
(c) Because she was hungry.
(d) Because she wanted to find Miss Thorne.
3. Who supports Mr. Slope in his quest for the deanery?
(a) The Archdeacon.
(b) The Bishop.
(c) A newspaper editor.
(d) Mr. Stanhope.
4. Who does the Archbishop feel is capable of being Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
(a) Dr. Harding.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) Mr. Arabin.
5. Where does the Bishop visit with the Archbishop to discuss the deanery?
(a) The Thorne estate.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Dr. Harding suggest for the deanery?
2. Where is the party in Chapter 33?
3. What does Mr. Arabin tell the Archdeacon about Eleanor in Chapter 34?
4. What does Bertie do as his father yells at him after the Thornes' party?
5. Who does Mr. Arabin meet with in London to discuss his struggle with the Bishop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What makes the gathering at the Thorne estate in Chapter 33 complicated for Eleanor?
2. What does the game of quintain mean to the Thornes?
3. What factors make Mr. Arabin an agreeable candidate for Eleanor according to Dr. Harding?
4. Why does Dr. Harding feel he is a poor candidate for the deanery?
5. When Mr. Slope visits in Chapter 46, what does the signora do to scare him away?
6. In Chapter 45, why do Bertie and his father argue and what is the result?
7. What things does Mr. Arabin do when he goes to London in Chapter 34?
8. What character does the author side with in regards to religion, and why?
9. Why does Charlotte suggest Bertie as a good person to defend Eleanor's honor?
10. How does Mrs. Proudie try to humiliate Mr. Slope in Chapter 51?
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