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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. How does Pickwick hope to better mankind?
(a) Through literary messages.
(b) Through the spread of religion.
(c) Through the spreading of wealth.
(d) Through Scientific discovery.
2. What was Pickwick wearing when he was seen in the hall of the inn by Sam?
(a) A robe.
(b) A full suit.
(d) A night gown.
3. What do the people in the club attend on the first night of their trip?
(a) The elections.
(b) A ball.
(c) A horse race.
(d) The theater.
4. Who does Jingle plan to elope with in Bury St. Edmonds?
(a) Mrs. Hunter.
(b) Pickwick's niece.
(c) A governess at a boarding school.
(d) A boarding school girl.
5. How much money does Alfred borrow from Tupman?
(a) Ten pounds.
(b) Five Pounds.
(c) Ten Shillings.
(d) Five Shillings.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jemmy promise to send Pickwick after he talks him out of killing himself?
2. Who was courting the woman the stranger gains the affection of?
3. What does Peter Magnus hope to do the night he meets Pickwick?
4. What is Job Trotter's occupation?
5. What is Alfred's last name?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mr. Pickwick do when Alfred leaves after being bought off?
2. Who do Snodgrass and Tupman find attractive while in Chatham?
3. What do the Pickwickians see when at Chatham?
4. What does Pickwick learn when he and Sam go to Dodson's and Fogg's office?
5. What happens when the cook hears of Job's intentions with her?
6. What does Mr. Perker tell the Pickwickians about the parties in the election?
7. What happens when Tupman shows up for the duel he was challeneged to?
8. What happens when Peter Magnus learns that Pickwick and his fiance met the night before the proposal?
9. What do Peter and his friends talk about when Pickwick finds them in a tavern?
10. What does Perker do to change the results of the election?
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