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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. In Chapter 39, what worries Helen about her son?
(a) He swears at her.
(b) He is no longer doing his lessons.
(c) He has been drinking with his father.
(d) He dresses like a pauper.
2. In Chapter 32, how does Mr. Hattersley upset his wife?
(a) By teasing her.
(b) By talking about another woman.
(c) By drinking too much.
(d) By getting into an argument.
3. Why does Jane Wilson move to the city?
(a) To work.
(b) To write a novel.
(c) To travel.
(d) To avoid her brother.
4. What does Mr. Huntingdon fear in Chapter 48?
(a) Going broke.
(b) Losing his son.
(c) Losing his wife.
5. In Chapter 37, how does Mr. Hargrave try to convince Helen to have an affair?
(a) By saying her husband is having one.
(b) By giving her drinks.
(c) By showing her letters from his sisters.
(d) By telling her the Bible says it's alright.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mr. Huntingdon learn about his wife's plan to leave him?
2. Why does Mr. Huntingdon accuse Helen of having an affair?
3. In Chapter 48, how does Helen describe her husband?
4. Why does Richard Wilson become the vicar?
5. What does Helen do when Mr. Hargrave offers her protection in Chapter 39?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Mr. Markham want Mr. Lawrence to go to the Wilsons?
2. In Chapter 33, what does Helen overhear?
3. What happens when Mr. Huntingdon accuses Helen of having an affair with Mr. Hargrave?
4. What does Mr. Markham finally say to Helen after her husband's death?
5. How does Mr. Markham reveal who he is writing his letter to?
6. What does Mr. Markham say to Mr. Lawrence after reading Helen's diary?
7. How does Mr. Hargrave try to win Helen's affections?
8. How does Helen protect her son when she returns to Mr. Huntingdon?
9. How does Helen explain her return to Mr. Huntingdon?
10. In Chapter 51, how does Eliza mislead Mr. Markham?
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