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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 does Coverdale suggest to Hollingsworth that he believes Zenobia to be the sister of?
(b) Mrs. Foster.
(c) The Veiled Lady.
(d) Mr. Foster.
2. What does Coverdale think Hollingsworth is being reckless about?
(a) His treatment of the other people at Blithedale.
(b) His tenderness toward Priscilla.
(c) His relationship with Zenobia.
(d) His pursuit of things outside Blithedale.
3. Where does Coverdale often spend his time making verses and meditating essays?
(a) On the sloping hill overlooking the valley.
(b) Next to the lake surrounded by wildflowers.
(c) In a leafy cave in the woods adjacent to the farm.
(d) Under a big oak tree overlooking the farmhouse.
4. What does Coverdale suspect that Priscilla purposefully arranged for Moodie to see?
(a) Zenobia and Hollingsworth together.
(b) Priscilla and Zenobia acting playfully.
(c) Priscilla and Hollingsworth together.
(d) Priscilla crying.
5. Where do Hollingsworth, Zenobia, Priscilla, and Coverdale often spend their Sundays?
(a) At a rock named Ernest's Pulpit.
(b) At a rock named Eliot's Pulpit.
(c) At a rock named Emmett's Pulpit.
(d) At a rock named Eli's Pulpit.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Section 6, Chapter 12, when Zenobia is asked why she does not fling Priscilla off, how does she reply?
2. In Section 6, Chapter 11, why does Coverdale stay in the vicinity of Zenobia's customary walk?
3. In Zenobia's story about the Veiled Lady, what happens just as the young man is about to kiss the Lady?
4. After Mr. Foster awakens everyone at Blithedale, what does Hollingsworth begin his first day there with?
5. What type of flower does Zenobia wear in her hair?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the community surrounding Blithedale gossip about Hollingsworth and Zenobia?
2. How did Hollingsworth come to Priscilla's aid in Section 2, Chapter 4?
3. Why does Moodie leave Blithedale upset?
4. What makes Coverdale think that Zenobia will not be Priscilla's friend for long?
5. How does Zenobia treat Priscilla, and what does she say to justify that behavior?
6. How does Zenobia compare Coverdale and Hollingsworth?
7. How does Coverdale justify sitting down to dinner with people of a lower class?
8. What does Coverdale learn about Priscilla from Hollingsworth?
9. What does the man who interrupts Coverdale's meditative walk in Section 6, Chapter 11 want?
10. Mr. Coverdale notes the flower in Zenobia's hair; what does he compare her to?
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