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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. What is the name of Dr. Cunningham's dinner in Chapter 7?
(a) Love and Death.
(b) Fools and Wise Men.
(c) Games and Gander.
(d) Profit and Loss.
2. Who does Everhard speak to in Chapter 4?
(a) The Grangers.
(b) The Revolutionists.
(c) The Philomaths.
(d) The Wicksons.
3. What does Avis accuse the group that Everhard talks to of doing in Chapter 4?
(a) Being selfish.
(b) Mismanaging society.
(c) Lying profusely.
(d) Being lazy.
4. What is the economic and philosophic theory that humanity should work together for the good of all humanity?
5. In what principle does Everhard prove that the group is no different from the group they resent in Chapter 7?
(a) Proletarian leanings.
(b) Anarchist violence.
(c) Socialist belief.
(d) Desire for profit.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Everhard say that the journalists will say about the Bishop in Chapter 6?
2. What is the group that attends Dr. Cunningham's dinner in Chapter 7?
3. What does the contemporary author that offers a perspective in the Introduction think of London's writing?
4. Who does Avis encounter in the city that has an expression of horror all the time in Chapter 4?
5. Who does Avis believe that she will marry by Chapter 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Mr. Wickhard's argument and why Everhard agrees with him.
2. Why does Meredith say that the manuscript cannot be taken fully seriously?
3. Why is Bishop Morehouse becoming a martyr of sorts?
4. Describe Avis in relationship to the manuscript's creation and storage.
5. Describe the men in the room at Avis' father's dinner party apart from Everhard.
6. Why is it important to be vigilant in society in the Introduction?
7. Describe Bishop Morehouse's speech.
8. Describe the impending conflict Avis begins to experience in Chapter 6.
9. Describe Cunningham.
10. What does Everhard predict about the Bishop that comes true?
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