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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do Harding and the beadsmen drink at his farewell gathering?
2. When does Harding say he will resign from the old men's home?
(a) That night.
(b) The next month.
(c) The next day.
(d) The next week.
3. How do the lawyers and clergymen feel about Harding since he retired?
(a) He is generous.
(b) He is noble.
(c) He is uneducated.
(d) He is a coward.
4. What time is it when Harding gets back to his London hotel from meeting with Sir Abraham?
(a) 11 a.m.
(b) 9 p.m.
(c) 4 p.m.
(d) 12 a.m.
5. What does Harding say is nice about his little cottage?
(a) The fireplace.
(b) The stairwell.
(c) The balcony.
(d) The garden.
6. What color is Sir Abraham's hair?
7. The narrator says Sir Abraham has a stoop where?
(a) In his legs.
(b) In his hips.
(c) In his back.
(d) In his neck.
8. How does Grantly pay his and Harding's legal fees?
(a) The beadsmen give him the money.
(b) With donations.
(c) The church account.
(d) He takes it out of his own salary.
9. Who meets Harding at the train station when he goes home?
(b) The bishop.
10. Grantly plans to give Harding's job at the old men's home to a man with how many children?
11. What is the last name of Tom, who works at a powerful newspaper?
12. What is Sentiment's first name?
13. A second newspaper article that speaks badly of Harding asks why an old men's home needs what?
(a) A nurse.
(b) A manager.
(c) A warden.
(d) A preacher.
14. Who accompanied Grantly to London to find Harding?
15. Who owns Crabtree Canonicorum?
(a) Rev. Elliot George.
(b) Rev. Jasper Claims.
(c) Rev. David Maxwell.
(d) Rev. Vesey Stanhope.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe Harding's usual mood?
2. How much does Bold think dropping the lawsuit will cost?
3. What goddess has her seat on Mount Olympus, according to the narrator?
4. Who says, "Don't you know that their attorneys have noticed us that they have withdrawn the suit"?
5. How is Sir Abraham described?
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