1. The city of London seems wrapped in a blanket of ___________.
2. Tom Jarndyce is ___________.
(a) The grandson of a famous lawyer.
(b) The victim of murder.
(c) The original litigant in Jarndyce v. Jarndyce.
(d) The subject of a class action suit.
3. The High Chancellor Mr. Tulkinghorn, serves as ___________.
(a) A traveling justice of the peace.
(b) A leading priest in the church.
(c) Solicitor for Lady Dedlock and Sir Leicester.
(d) The judge of the district court.
4. Lady Dedlock faints when she ___________.
(a) Learns the status of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.
(b) Recognizes the handwriting on an affidavit.
(c) Sees the extent of the lawsuit.
(d) Becomes overwhelmed by the smog.
5. Esther Summerson is raised by ___________.
(a) Her aunt, Mrs. Kenge.
(b) Her godmother.
(c) Her aunt, Miss Donny.
(d) Her godmother, Mrs. Barbary.
6. Esther is under the financial care of ___________.
(a) Miss Flite.
(b) Mr. Jarndyce.
(c) Conversation Kenge.
(d) Richard Carstone.
7. Mrs. Jellyby's favorite cause is ___________.
(a) Hunger in England.
(b) Hunger in Europe.
(c) Poverty in England.
(d) Poverty in Africa.
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