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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 17, Sir Abraham Haphazard—Chapter 18, The Warden is Very Obstinate.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Grantly get to represent him in the case against Bold?
(a) Sir Isaac.
(b) Sir Elon.
(c) Sir Boaz.
(d) Sir Abraham.
2. Why does the narrator, when addressing his female readers, say they do not understand Eleanor?
(a) Because she is not pretty.
(b) Because she is uneducated.
(c) Because she is younger than them.
(d) Because they are already married.
3. Who says, "Of course you've heard of the petition?"
(b) Sir Abraham.
4. Where has Bold just returned from when Eleanor goes to see him?
5. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor want to be like?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says, "God bless you, sir, we know you was always our friend"?
2. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
3. Who does Grantly worry will attempt to talk to Sir Abraham?
4. Who says, "You must now, you know, cease any joking about me and Mr. Bold."?
5. Who asks, "But why shouldn't they petition, doctor?"
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