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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How soon after his meeting with Sir Abraham does Harding go back home?
(a) The next afternoon.
(b) The next morning.
(c) Two days later.
(d) That same night.
2. How much is Harding's little cottage worth a year?
(a) 80 pounds.
(b) 100 pounds.
(c) 120 pounds.
(d) 60 pounds.
3. The same person who owns Crabtree Canonicorum also owns a hospitable villa on what lake?
(a) Lake Maggiore.
(b) Lake Geneva.
(c) Lake Prespa.
(d) Lake Como.
4. What do Harding and the beadsmen drink at his farewell gathering?
5. How do the lawyers and clergymen feel about Harding since he retired?
(a) He is a coward.
(b) He is uneducated.
(c) He is noble.
(d) He is generous.
6. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from women older than what age?
7. Who offers Harding several jobs to keep him nearby?
(b) The bishop.
8. Who does Anticant condemn harshly?
9. How long does Harding wait for his appointment with Sir Abraham?
(a) 15 or 20 minutes,
(b) An hour.
(c) 1 or 2 minutes.
(d) 30 or 45 minutes.
10. What is the name of the magazine Bold buys after leaving Tom?
(a) The Poorhouse.
(b) The Outhouse.
(c) The Doghouse.
(d) The Almshouse.
11. Who accompanied Grantly to London to find Harding?
12. Who says, "What good to us is this place or all the money, if we are to be ill-spoken of ?"
13. Who tells Bold that Eleanor has come to see him?
14. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from girls younger than what age?
15. Who says, "I had such good news for you, and now you make me fear I am too late"?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the narrator feel sorry for Sir Abraham's wife?
2. Who says, "That's philosophical; it's quite refreshing to hear a man talking of his hundreds in so purely indifferent a manner"?
3. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
4. The narrator says Sir Abraham has a stoop where?
5. Who is Bold out with when Eleanor goes to see him?
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