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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Margaret feel about Frederick's return?
(a) She can't wait for him to leave again.
(b) She is angry.
(c) She is jealous of him.
(d) She is delighted.

2. What does Mr. Hale tell Margaret about her mother's funeral arrangements?
(a) That Mr. Bell will take care of them.
(b) That Margaret herself must take care of everything.
(c) That Mr. Hale will be building the coffin himself.
(d) That they are too poor to have a funeral.

3. How does Leonards die?
(a) Margaret attacks him in self-defense.
(b) By poison.
(c) He kills himself.
(d) From a fall at the train station.

4. Who brings all the gossip from Milton to Margaret during a visit?
(a) Bessy.
(b) Dixon.
(c) Mrs. Thornton.
(d) The tailor.

5. Who tells Margaret about her father's death?
(a) Dixon.
(b) Mr. Thornton.
(c) Mr. Bell.
(d) Bessy.

6. Why does Margaret want to see Mr. Thornton after Boucher has died?
(a) She wants to accuse him of murder.
(b) She is worried about his taking the news too hard.
(c) She wants to know his opinon of her.
(d) She needs to beg him for a job.

7. From whom does Margaret learn Mr. Bell is on his deathbed?
(a) Bessy.
(b) His servant.
(c) Mr. Thornton.
(d) Mrs. Thornton.

8. What does Mr. Bell say to Margaret right before he passes away?
(a) Take all my money and do something good with it.
(b) You should marry Mr. Thornton.
(c) This is a trick question; he dies before Margaret arrives.
(d) I'd like to be buried by the seaside near my childhood home.

9. How do Mr. Bell and Margaret communicate once they depart?
(a) Through the phone.
(b) Through e-mail.
(c) Through letters.
(d) Through singing telegrams.

10. When the novel ends, whom is Margaret embracing?
(a) Mr. Lennox.
(b) Mrs. Thornton.
(c) Mr. Thornton.
(d) Mrs. Lennox.

11. Who tells Margaret that Frederick was in London but didn't see her?
(a) Mr. Hale.
(b) Mr. Bell.
(c) Mr. Thornton.
(d) Mr. Lennox.

12. Who ultimately tells Mrs. Boucher that her husband has died?
(a) Nicholas.
(b) A police officer.
(c) Mr. Hale.
(d) Margaret.

13. Who calls a doctor for Mrs. Boucher when she becomes ill?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) Margaret.
(c) Mr. Hale.
(d) Nicholas.

14. Where does Mr. Bell take Margaret to try to cheer her up after her father passes away?
(a) Madrid.
(b) Paris.
(c) Helstone.
(d) New York City.

15. Why does Frederick not contact Margaret when he is in London?
(a) Because he lost Margaret's phone number.
(b) Because he is trying to steal his part of the inheritance.
(c) Because he knows people are looking for him.
(d) Because he hates Margaret.

Short Answer Questions

1. How long does Nicholas wait with the porter to ask Mr. Thornton for a job?

2. Why does Frederick need to hire a lawyer?

3. What does Margaret tell Mrs. Thornton about the man she was at the train station with?

4. What caused Mr. Thornton to realize his workers needed a dining room?

5. Who is Leonards?

(see the answer keys)

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