1. Why does Mrs. Hale object so much to living in Helstone?
Mrs. Hale objects so much to living in Helstone because she feels very isolated and is used to being in the busy city life of London.
2. Why does Mrs. Hale get so upset about living in Milton?
Mrs. Hale gets so upset about living in Milton because it is even more isolated that Helstone. It is also a manufacturing town, and she views this as a step down for her in society.
3. Why does Mr. Hale leave his job as a reverend?
Mr. Hale leaves his job as a reverend because he is having religious doubts and cannot be a religious leader anymore.
4. Why does Margaret run upstairs to cry after she tells her mother they will be moving to Milton?
Margaret runs upstairs to cry after she tells her mother they will be moving to Milton because she is afraid of the change and because she sees a glimpse of what her life will be like there.
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