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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who suggests that Harding write to the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against him?
(b) The bishop.
2. Who says, "Personal emnity! Going to do!"?
3. What does Harding call Eleanor as a nickname?
4. How much money is Harding in debt at the beginning of Chapter 10, "Tribulation"?
(a) 300 pounds.
(b) 100 pounds.
(c) 400 pounds.
(d) 200 pounds.
5. How much money does Harding make each year?
(a) 550 pounds.
(b) 100 pounds.
(c) 800 pounds.
(d) 1200 pounds.
6. Who says, "You know how fond I am of sacred music"?
7. How long ago does Harding guess that he probably read Hiram's will?
(a) 40 years.
(b) 10 years.
(c) 20 years.
(d) 35 years.
8. Harding asks Eleanor if she is in love with whom?
(a) The bishop.
9. Who says, "God bless you, sir, we know you was always our friend"?
(a) Sir Abraham.
10. What is the first name of the beadsman called Skulpit?
11. Where is the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden located?
12. What does Harding demand to see a copy of in Chapter 9, "The Conference"?
(a) A love letter to Eleanor.
(b) Sir Abraham's response to the lawsuit.
(c) The petition against him.
(d) All of the newspaper articles about him.
13. What is the relationship between Harding and the bishop?
(b) Best friends.
(d) Father and son.
14. Grantly says a local newspaper has taken up a case against the Dean of where?
15. How many readers does the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden have, as estimated by the narrator?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people sit on a jury in England, according to Grantly?
2. Who tells Harding not to write to the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against him?
3. Grantly compares the newspaper that speaks badly of the warden to what in America?
4. How many men lived in the home for old men when it first started?
5. Who refuses to attend Harding's party?
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