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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. Why did Mr. Lake go to the cathedral, in "An Episode of Cathedral History"?
(a) To study records.
(b) To pray.
(c) To meet the priest.
(d) To work.
2. What does John Haynes do for a living?
3. What is the most prominent feature of Mr. Humphrey's inheritance?
(a) The poetic passages.
(b) The mazes.
(c) The rimmed wheels.
(d) The length of the yacht.
4. Why does Miss Denton become angry at Mr. Denton in "The Diary of Mr. Poynter"?
(a) He hates her singing.
(b) He forgets to run an errand.
(c) He does not cook her dinner.
(d) He teases her.
5. What strange events occur in the forest, in "A Neighbour's Landmark"?
(c) Sudden fires.
Short Answer Questions
1. On what holiday does Mr. Davidson plan to return to the chapel?
2. In "The Uncommon Prayer-Book," where does the person Mr. Davidson meets on his walk say his daughter works?
3. Where is the man when "A Neighbour's Landmark" begins?
4. Where does Squire Francis Bowles request to be buried, in "The Experiment"?
5. In "The Diary of Mr. Poynter, " what was the dead man's coffin filled with?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the dean find when he remodeled the church, in "An Episode of Cathedral History."
2. Who reads Mr. Karswell's paper, in "Casting the Runes," and what happens to this person?
3. Who is John Haynes, in the story "The Stalls of Barchester Cathedral"?
4. What happens when Mr. Davidson returns to the church on St. Mark's day?
5. What is the legend of the three crowns?
6. Who is Mr. Poschwitz, in the story "The Uncommon Prayer-Book"?
7. In "The Malice of Inanimate Objects," how do the objects attack the men in the story?
8. What does the old man Mr. Davidson meets tell him about, in "The Uncommon Prayer-Book"?
9. What passage does Mr. Humphreys find that describes the maze?
10. What role does the secretary play, in "Casting the Runes"?
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