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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. When the novel ends, whom is Margaret embracing?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) Mrs. Lennox.
(c) Mr. Lennox.
(d) Mrs. Thornton.
2. How long does Mrs. Hale live after Frederick arrives home?
(a) She dies that night.
(b) One week.
(c) One month.
(d) One day.
3. What kind of food does Mr. Thornton buy for the dying Mrs. Hale?
(d) Cherry liquor.
4. Why does Mr. Thornton come to London after he decides to give up his business?
(a) To see his lawyer.
(b) To find a new place to live.
(c) To find wealthier investors who can bail him out.
(d) To steal money from a big bank.
5. Who inherits Mr. Bell's fortune?
(b) Mrs. Thornton because she is his cousin.
(c) His three children.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Frederick announce his return to the Hale household?
2. Who tells Margaret that Frederick was in London but didn't see her?
3. How do Mr. Bell and Margaret communicate once they depart?
4. What family does Frederick have in Spain.
5. Why does Nicholas want to move south after Boucher dies?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Margaret so concerned when she hears that Mr. Thornton thinks she was at the train station with Mr. Lennox?
2. After Bessy dies, why does Margaret bring a drunk Nicholas back to her house?
3. Why does Margaret initially refuse to give Mr. Thornton any credit for helping her and her brother with the police investigation?
4. Why is Mr. Thornton fearful of Nicholas after he refuses to give him work?
5. Why is Mr. Hale not happy when his son returns home?
6. Who organizes and gets rid of Mr. Hale's belongings?
7. What causes the police inspector to be suspicious of Margaret?
8. Why does Mrs. Thornton confront Margaret about being in the train station with someone she suspects is her lover?
9. Why does Margaret refer Frederick to Henry Lennox?
10. What kinds of conversations do Mrs. Thornton and her son usually have?
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