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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Frederick Hale living when the novel opens?
(a) Buenos Aires.
2. What do Margaret and Mr. Hale talk about during their walk back from the Thorntons' dinner party?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(c) The strike.
(d) Mrs. Hale.
3. Who is Mary?
(a) Bessy's sister.
(b) Bessy's mother.
(c) Bessy's auntie.
(d) Bessy's daughter.
4. What is Dixon professionally trained as?
(a) A teacher.
(b) A nun.
(c) All of these answers are correct.
(d) A nurse.
5. From where is Margaret initially watching Mr. Thornton address the striking workers outside of his home?
(a) From the crowd.
(b) From the street.
(c) From the attic.
(d) From behind the front door.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Margaret say to Mr. Thornton about her throwing herself in front of him before the crowd of striking workers?
2. Why does Nicholas get angry about Margaret's visit to Bessy?
3. What kind act has Mary done for Bessy that Margaret sees when she comes for a visit one day?
4. Where is Mrs. Hale originally from?
5. How does the narrator describe Mrs. Thornton's presence when going to dinner at the Hales'?
Short Essay Questions
1. What surprises Margaret about the men in the North?
2. What happens to Mrs. Hale and Dixon once they arrive in Milton?
3. Why does Margaret run upstairs to cry after she tells her mother they will be moving to Milton?
4. Why does Mrs. Hale get so upset about living in Milton?
5. Why are the Thorntons aghast at Margaret and Mr. Hale's acceptance to their dinner party?
6. Why does Mr. Hale ask Margaret to tell Mrs. Hale about their move to Milton?
7. How does Mrs. Thornton feel about living so close to the mill?
8. Where does Frederick live when the reader first learns about him?
9. What first surprises Mr. Thornton about Margaret?
10. Why does Mrs. Hale object so much to living in Helstone?
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