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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many copies of the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden are sold each time it comes out?
2. How many clauses are in the bill that Sir Abraham is engaged in when Grantly calls on him for help?
3. Who says, "My dear old friend, there is nothing: there is no news to cheer me--God's will be done."?
4. How long ago does Harding guess that he probably read Hiram's will?
(a) 10 years.
(b) 40 years.
(c) 20 years.
(d) 35 years.
5. How many men lived in the home for old men when it first started?
6. What is Sir Abraham's title?
(a) Superior judge.
(c) High lawyer of the courts.
7. What animal does the narrator compare Grantly to in Chapter 5, "Dr. Grantly Visits the Hospital"?
(a) A dog.
(b) A cock.
(c) A rat.
(d) A shark.
8. What is the name of the made up cathedral town where the story takes place?
9. What is Grantly's relationship to the bishop?
10. Who says, "That's woman's logic all over, Mary"?
11. What is Dr. Grantly's first name?
12. Who says, "Of course you've heard of the petition?"
(c) Sir Abraham.
13. What does Harding demand to see a copy of in Chapter 9, "The Conference"?
(a) All of the newspaper articles about him.
(b) Sir Abraham's response to the lawsuit.
(c) A love letter to Eleanor.
(d) The petition against him.
14. What does Harding call Eleanor as a nickname?
15. What is the first name of the man who, centuries before the story opens, started a home for the old and destitute men of the city?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the first name of the beadsman called Skulpit?
2. Who refuses to attend Harding's party?
3. What is Harding's first name?
4. What is the last name of the beadsman named Jonathon?
5. Who says, "For heaven's sake, don't let us have division in the camp."?
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