1. When does the narrator first see the city of Boston?
2. What year does the narrator assure the reader he does not mean?
3. What does the narrator say about society in Boston in the mid 19th century?
(a) It is unlivable.
(b) It is a utopia.
(c) It is deeply divided.
(d) It can be improved.
4. What two classes does this society consist of?
(a) Middle class and lower class.
(b) Upper class and servants.
(c) Rich/educated and poor/uneducated.
(d) Educators and laborers.
5. Which class of society does the narrator belong?
(c) Middle class.
6. Where does the narrator's money come from?
(a) Hard work.
(c) His grandfather.
(d) He has no money.
7. What do the wealthy in this society fear?
(a) The poor.
(b) Losing their position in society.
(c) Being robbed.
(d) Having to work.
8. Who is the narrator engaged to in 1887?
(a) Sarah Barlett.
(b) Edith Leeke.
(c) Edith Barlett.
(d) Sarah Leeke.
9. How old is the narrator?
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