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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 in the Old House when Florence returns from a trip?
(a) Mr. Thornton.
(b) Violet Gamart.
(c) Charles North.
(d) Sea scouts.
2. All EXCEPT which of the following is listed as being the town's lonely?
(b) Ivy Welford.
(c) Reed Cutter.
3. Who let the visitor(s) into the Old House?
(a) General Gamart.
(b) Mr. Raven.
(c) Milo North.
(d) Mr. Keble.
4. Who is crying in the schoolyard?
(a) Kattie Brundish.
(b) Christine Gipping.
(c) Melody Gipping.
(d) Violet Gamart.
5. How long has The Bookshop been open in Chapter 5?
(a) Two weeks.
(b) One year.
(c) Six months.
(d) Three months.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Florence do on a break from the shop?
2. At the beginning of the story, what does Hardborough lack?
3. What item(s) does the new helper sell for the wrong price?
4. Where does the society party take place?
5. According to Janet at the beginning of Chapter 5, what type of business is opening that evening?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens during "ten minutes on a Tuesday morning the the end of March?"
2. Why is this meal appropriate for a resident of Hardborough?
3. How does Mrs. Gamart try to persuade Florence to rethink her decision to establish the shop?
4. Describe Hardborough's citizens. Would they make good neighbors? Are they open to change?
5. Names are sometimes symbolic. How is Hardborough, the town's name, used as a symbol?
6. How do the people in the town use the information about the oyster shed to feel powerful?
7. At the gathering, Is Lord Gosfield vocal about his support for Violet Gamart? Give appropriate details to support your answer.
8. Who is Ivy Welford? How does she interact with Florence?
9. Why are the books arranged to the front of the shelves?
10. What previous bookseller event does Mr. Brundish disclose in a note to Florence?
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