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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. Who is Dixon?
(a) Margaret's pet cat.
(b) The Hale's servant.
(c) A nosy neighbor.
(d) The neighbor's cat.
2. What does Nicholas smoke?
(c) This is a trick question; he doesn't smoke.
3. Where do the Hales stop for a few days on their way to Milton?
(c) Buenos Aires.
(d) New York City.
4. Who is Fanny?
(a) Margaret's new pen pal.
(b) Margaret's piano teacher.
(c) Mrs. Thornton's house servant.
(d) Mrs. Thornton's daughter.
5. What does Bessy think would make her be less ill?
(a) Living in the South.
(b) Having money for a real doctor.
(c) Not having smoked cigarettes for so long.
(d) Having a boyfriend.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Margaret tell Mr. Hale about Dr. Donaldson's diagnosis of her mother?
2. What about Margaret takes Mr. Thornton aback during the dinner party?
3. What feelings does Mr. Thornton confess to Margaret after the incident with the striking workers at his home?
4. How does the mob react to Margaret's throwing herself in front of Mr. Thornton?
5. Who spends most of the time talking to Fanny during dinner at the Hales'?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Margaret happy when the men rejoin the conversation at the Thorntons' big dinner party?
2. Whom does Mrs. Thornton accuse Mr. Thornton of needing to protect him?
3. What does Nicholas have to say about the people in Milton and religion?
4. Why does Mrs. Hale get so upset about living in Milton?
5. How does Margaret react to Mr. Lennox' confession of love for her?
6. What does Margaret tell Mr. Thornton his workers have a human right to?
7. What about Mr. Thornton's life story does Margaret like?
8. Why does Mr. Hale ask Margaret to tell Mrs. Hale about their move to Milton?
9. What makes Margaret go out in search of household help in Milton when she first arrives?
10. What was Frederick on trial for?
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