1. Who were the “pallid undersized men” (9) who looked odd next to the “brawny country-folk” (9)?
2. Why is Silas Marner valuable to Raveloe?
(a) He is a wealthy aristocrat.
(b) He is a talented linen-weaver.
(c) He is a religious leader.
(d) He is helpful.
3. How long before the story begins had Silas Marner arrived at Raveloe?
(a) 5 years.
(b) 15 years.
(c) 16 years.
(d) He had lived there his entire life.
4. Silas Marner came to Raveloe from which direction?
(a) The south.
(b) The east.
(c) The north.
(d) The west.
5. What physical malady afflicted Silas Marner from time to time?
(d) A bad cold.
6. What was Silas Marner’s reputation in Lantern Yard before he was betrayed?
(a) An imposter who traded information for money.
(b) A wild young man who was always getting into trouble.
(c) A young man of excellent standing and devout faith.
(d) A quiet and peaceful hermit isolated from the community.
7. Who was William Dane?
(a) Silas Marner’s best friend.
(b) Silas Marner’s father.
(c) Silas Marner’s brother.
(d) Silas Marner’s grandfather.
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