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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 is suggested to Eleanor as a person to defend her honor?
(a) Mr. Arabin.
(b) The Bishop.
(c) Dr. Harding.
2. In Chapter 33, who is Eleanor anxious to forgive?
(a) Charlotte Stanhope.
(b) Mr. Slope.
(c) Bertie Stanhope.
(d) Mr. Arabin.
3. In Chapter 32, who does the Bishop decide to give the wardenship to?
(a) Dr. Harding.
(b) Mr. Quiverful.
(c) Mr. Slope.
(d) A stranger.
4. Why does the Archdeacon support Mr. Arabin as the new Dean?
(a) Because the signora tells him to.
(b) Because he thinks Mr. Arabin is very fair.
(c) Because Dr. Harding tells him to.
(d) Because Mr. Slope loses power.
5. What does the deanery pay?
(a) 1200 a year.
(b) 100 a year.
(c) 200 a year.
(d) 2000 a year.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Dr. Harding suggest for the deanery?
2. Where does Miss Thorne invite Mr. Arabin and Eleanor?
3. Why does Mrs. Proudie feel that Mr. Slope cannot be Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
4. Who writes Eleanor a letter in Chapter 44?
5. Where do the Stanhopes go before Eleanor's wedding?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Archdeacon convince Dr. Harding to do in Chapter 47?
2. Why does the Archdeacon give everyone gifts on the day of Mr. Arabin and Eleanor's wedding?
3. What does Eleanor tell her father after the Thorne's party?
4. What makes the gathering at the Thorne estate in Chapter 33 complicated for Eleanor?
5. Why do the conservatives of Barchester fear that Mr. Slope will become the next Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
6. What role does the Prime Minister play in the position of Dean of Barchester Cathedral?
7. What does Bertie do instead of proposing marriage to Eleanor?
8. In Chapter 45, why do Bertie and his father argue and what is the result?
9. When Mr. Slope visits in Chapter 46, what does the signora do to scare him away?
10. Why doesn't Eleanor want to tell the Archdeacon about her engagement to Mr. Arabin?
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