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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Grantly get to represent him in the case against Bold?
(a) Sir Boaz.
(b) Sir Elon.
(c) Sir Abraham.
(d) Sir Isaac.
2. Who suggests that Harding write to the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against him?
(c) The bishop.
3. Who asks, " And who does manage the hospital"?
4. How much money is Harding in debt at the beginning of Chapter 10, "Tribulation"?
(a) 200 pounds.
(b) 400 pounds.
(c) 300 pounds.
(d) 100 pounds.
5. Grantly compares the newspaper that speaks badly of the warden to what in Russia?
(d) The Czar.
6. The beadsman who fully supports Harding holds what position at the old men's home?
7. How many readers does the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden have, as estimated by the narrator?
8. Harding tells Bold that he will not allow him to be put in what kind of court?
9. How many people sit on a jury in England, according to Grantly?
10. What animal does the narrator compare Grantly to in Chapter 5, "Dr. Grantly Visits the Hospital"?
(a) A rat.
(b) A dog.
(c) A shark.
(d) A cock.
11. What is the name of the bill Sir Abraham is engaged in when Grantly calls on him for help?
(a) Convent Custody Bill.
(b) Convent Confinement Bill.
(c) Convent Constraint Bill.
(d) Convent Committal Bill.
12. What is Bold's first name?
13. What is the last name of the beadsman named Jonathon?
14. Who says, "Personal emnity! Going to do!"?
15. The narrator guesses Bold is how old?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Harding's first name?
2. Grantly compares the newspaper that speaks badly of the warden to what in America?
3. What is Sir Abraham's last name?
4. Who says, "Of course you've heard of the petition?"
5. Who says, "My dear old friend, there is nothing: there is no news to cheer me--God's will be done."?
This section contains 336 words
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