|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After fleeing his home to New England, Moodie took on a new name and home; who does he marry?
(a) A kind cook.
(b) A mean woman.
(c) A gentle maid.
(d) A meek seamstress.
2. After the scene at the pulpit, Coverdale mentions to Hollingsworth that their toils will seem romantic to whom?
(a) Young people in the future.
(b) Elderly people in the present.
(c) Young people in the present.
(d) Elderly people in the future.
3. Where do the men lay Zenobia for the women to deal with?
(a) In her bedroom.
(b) On the grass outside the main house.
(c) On the couch in the living room.
(d) On the floor of the farmhouse.
4. What makes Coverdale believe that Hollingsworth must be appropriating Zenobia's funds so lavishly?
(a) Hollingsworth claims that they are out of money at Blithedale.
(b) Hollingsworth has bought himself a new wardrobe.
(c) Hollingsworth claims that money is not an option for him.
(d) Hollingsworth claims he can have the necessary capital for his project within a month.
5. After Priscilla falls to Zenobia's feet in Section 13, Chapter 25, Zenobia tells Priscilla that much has changed since they first met; what else does she tell Priscilla?
(a) To never speak again and be gone.
(b) To tell her everything and never leave her.
(c) To do exactly as she tells her to.
(d) To say what she wishes and leave her.
6. As Hollingsworth and Coverdale search for Zenobia, what do they find of hers during their search?
(a) The slip from her dress.
(b) The flower from her hair.
(c) Her handkerchief and shoe.
(d) Her scarf.
7. After Priscilla and Hollingsworth leave in Section 13, Chapter 26, what does Coverdale tell Zenobia that he thinks Hollingsworth is?
(a) A kind man.
(b) A sinful drunk.
(c) A wretch with a heart of ice.
(d) An innocent bystander.
8. In Section 8, Chapter 16, Coverdale announces that he is leaving Blithedale for a week or two; why?
(a) For financial reasons.
(b) For his health.
(c) To visit family.
(d) To barter goods from the farm.
9. Why is Coverdale worried about Priscilla not being safe around Hollingsworth?
(a) Because she is more susceptible to his tenderness.
(b) Because he is dangerous.
(c) Because she is young and silly.
(d) Because she is so gullible.
10. What does Hollingsworth seem to have no regret for overthrowing in Section 8, Chapter 15?
(a) Overthrowing the fair system of their new life because it does not suit him.
(b) His own family.
(c) His love of Priscilla for Zenobia.
(d) His love of Zenobia for Priscilla.
11. Who looks at Coverdale scornfully from the boardinghouse window before lowering the curtain?
12. During the interview that Coverdale is attending, who jumps to the platform after the lady rises as a mysterious tremor shakes her veil?
13. As Coverdale gets leaves for Blithedale, his first steps are joyful; however, as he gets closer, how does he feel?
(a) Sad, and he begins to cry.
(b) Like a nameless foreboding weighs upon him.
14. Moodie admits that out of his two daughters, he loves Priscilla the best, only that love comes from what?
15. From his hotel window in town, what is Coverdale watching creep along the office rooftops that bewitches him?
(a) A pigeon.
(b) A cat.
(c) A dove.
(d) A rat.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Coverdale comes upon the three people at the pulpit in Section 13, Chapter 25, who tells him that she is on trial for her life and suggests that he act as judge?
2. After Hollingsworth admits that he does love Priscilla, he bids her to come to him; what do Zenobia and Coverdale want Priscilla to do?
3. During the interview at the lyceum hall, who does Coverdale ask where Priscilla is, and receives a glare in response from this person?
4. What saddens Coverdale after he goes to the boardinghouse in Section 10, Chapter 19?
5. Out of the three people staying at the boardinghouse, which one notices Coverdale watching them from his hotel window?
This section contains 661 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)