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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Whom does Mr. Bell think Margaret must have been at the train station with?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) Henricks.
(c) Her father.
(d) Henry Lennox.

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

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

4. Why does Frederick need to hire a lawyer?
(a) To process his immigration papers.
(b) To help him better draft the legislation he's working on.
(c) So he can sue his neighbor who continually steals from him.
(d) To clear his name from mutiny charges.

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

6. Who informs Margaret that Bessy has died?
(a) Dixon.
(b) Ruthie.
(c) Dr. Donaldson.
(d) Mr. Thornton.

7. What causes Frederick to leave town in a hurry?
(a) His sudden illness.
(b) His friend's sudden illness back in Spain.
(c) The fact that at least one person is looking for him.
(d) The crime he commits at the train station.

8. What new role does Margaret play in Mr. Thornton's life after Mr. Bell dies?
(a) She can lend him money she didn't have before.
(b) She disappears but sends him a letter pretending she is Mr. Bell every once in a while.
(c) She is his new landlady.
(d) She has no new role in his life.

9. Who comes to Margaret's house to inquire about her health?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) The tailor.
(c) The mailman.
(d) The minister.

10. Why does Margaret not settle well into London?
(a) She sees the ghosts of her family everywhere.
(b) Her aunt just wants to take her shopping all the time.
(c) She misses her homes in Milton and Helstone.
(d) It is too cold for her old bones.

11. Who convinces Nicholas not to move to the South?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) Margaret.
(c) Nicholas himself.
(d) Mr. Hale.

12. How does Mrs. Hale feel about her son's return to the Hale house?
(a) She is furious with her son and refuses to forgive him.
(b) She dies before she can see him.
(c) She is elated.
(d) She is terribly worried.

13. During Frederick's first night home, how does the family interact?
(a) Cruelly.
(b) Silently.
(c) Violently.
(d) Happily.

14. Who helps Dixon out quite a bit after all of the Hales move from Milton?
(a) Mrs. Thornton.
(b) Mr. Hale.
(c) Mr. Thornton.
(d) Bessy.

15. How does Mr. Thornton stop the conversation about Margaret that he has with Mr. Bell on the train?
(a) He leaves and goes to another car.
(b) He hides behind his newspaper.
(c) He punches Mr. Bell.
(d) He gets off, even though it's not his proper stop.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who tells a police officer that Margaret was at the train station with a young man?

2. Whom does Mr. Thornton tell first that he must give up his business?

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

4. Why does Nicholas want to move south after Boucher dies?

5. Who delivers the first letter from Frederick, after he flees Milton, to Margaret?

(see the answer keys)

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