|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What event causes Eliza to go to run a boarding house?
(a) The opening of the Empire State building
(b) The start of World War I
(c) 1904 World's Series
(d) 1904 World's Fair
2. Who does Ben fight in this chapter?
3. What kind of church does Eugene usually attend?
4. What is the community where he works called?
5. Who is the woman from South Carolina who comes to Altamont to stay during the summer and lives at the rooming house?
(a) Mrs. Osbourne
(b) Mrs. Pentland
(c) Mrs. Selbourne
(d) Mrs. Guant
6. What sibling is Eugene especially close to?
7. Gilbert Guant changed his name to what?
(a) Thomas Gant
(b) Gilbert Gant
(c) Albert Gant
(d) Wilbert Gant
8. Where does Eugene stay while his mother is away?
(a) At Dixieland
(b) At the Leonards
(c) At Helen's
(d) At his father's house
9. Who continues to emerge as a real inspiration to Eugene?
(b) Mrs. Leonard
(c) Jennings Ward
10. How long does he attend the new school set up by the Leonards?
(a) 4 years
(b) 1 year
(c) 6 months
(d) 5 years
11. What is the name of Eliza's rooming house?
12. Who is Simon?
(a) Will Pentland's partner
(b) A millionaire who comes to live at Dixieland
(c) A partner in the stonecutter shop
(d) A poor neighbor who lives next to Dixieland
13. What does Oliver build for Eliza?
(a) A large house
(b) A wooden gazebo
(c) A beautiful stone angel
(d) A marble statue
14. What happens to Eliza in 1900?
(a) She gets pregnant again
(b) She and Oliver's marriage collapses
(c) Her brother Will dies
(d) Steve, her oldest child, dies
15. Which character travels with Eliza on most of her trips?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the most difficult part of the job?
2. What job does Eugene have?
3. Who does Helen and Luke live with at this stage in the book (Part 2, Chapter 19)?
4. What social campaign does Gant join?
5. What job does Ben have?
This section contains 369 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)