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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 44, 45, 46, and 47.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Dr. Grogan do in his speech to Charles?
(a) He paints a picture of Sarah as an opportunist who had led Charles on.
(b) Shames Charles for his stupidity.
(c) Admits to having an affair himself with Sarah.
(d) Suggests that Charles run away with Sarah.
2. In the Victorian ending, what becomes of Mrs. Poulteney?
(a) She runs away with the vicar.
(b) She tries to enter heaven and is cast into the realm below.
(c) She becomes blind and her servants steal everything from her.
(d) She has a change of heart and becomes kind to her servants.
3. What kind of morning greets Charles as he begins his walk to meet Sarah?
(a) It is gray and rainy, symbolic of the gloom into which he is walking.
(b) It is beautiful and serene, leaving Charles feeling as though it were for him paradise lost.
(c) It is cold and threatening, making Charles feel as though he is walking into an icy death.
(d) It is a foggy morning that compared to the blindness Charles feels about himself.
4. To what does Knowles compare Charles' official decision to go ahead with his marriage to Ernestina?
(a) His decision to confess to the vicar.
(b) His decision to go and look for Sarah.
(c) His official decision once to take Holy Orders.
(d) His decision to become a tradesman.
5. What does Dr. Grogan suggest?
(a) That Charles insists on eloping with Ernestina at once.
(b) That Charles see Sarah and make up his mind who he loves.
(c) That Dr. Grogan himself goes to find out what Sarah really wants.
(d) That he will handle the matter with Sarah and Charles must go away.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Dr. Grogan rebut Charles' objection that nothing improper passed between him and Sarah?
2. What gimmick does Knowles use as an ending of the story in Chapter 44?
3. What does Charles discover from Mrs. Endicott?
4. What does Knowles explain the Victorian ending is all about?
5. What begins to trouble Charles about his engagement to Ernestina?
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