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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mrs. Poulteney insist as requisites for a companion?
(a) She must be willing to work for a pittance.
(b) She must have a higher education and good references.
(c) She must be willing to attend church every Sabbath.
(d) She must have impeccable moral character and no relatives.
2. What does Knowles say has served as a substitute for experience in Sarah Woodruff?
(a) The advice of older women.
(b) Fiction and poetry.
(c) Lectures from her father.
(d) Her first class education.
3. What does Knowles say is the most common symptom of wealth in 1867?
4. Why does Mrs. Talbot decide not to rehire Sarah Woodruff?
(a) Her husband flatly refuses to have Sarah back.
(b) She thinks Sarah's experience with the lieutenant would impair her concentration on the children.
(c) She is afraid of her neighbors' gossip.
(d) She is aghast at the brazenness of Sarah for even coming to see her.
5. What terrible image does Mrs. Talbot have from the literature she reads?
(a) A picture of Sarah after jumping from a cliff.
(b) A picture of Sarah begging on the streets.
(c) A picture of Sarah reduced to working in a house of ill repute.
(d) A picture of Sarah dying of starvation.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Sarah turns to look at Charles, how does he describe the look?
2. How did Charles' father rid him of the desire to become a priest?
3. Where are Charles' grandfather's archeological finds housed?
4. Upon whose word does Mr. Forsythe, vicar of Lyme, rely to recommend Sarah?
5. How does Knowles picture Sam?
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