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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who meets Harding at the train station when he goes home?
(b) The bishop.
2. How soon after his meeting with Sir Abraham does Harding go back home?
(a) The next morning.
(b) The next afternoon.
(c) Two days later.
(d) That same night.
3. How long does Harding wait for his appointment with Sir Abraham?
(a) An hour.
(b) 15 or 20 minutes,
(c) 1 or 2 minutes.
(d) 30 or 45 minutes.
4. Why does Sir Abraham think Harding is visiting him?
(a) To ask for money.
(b) Because of the newspaper article.
(c) Because the lawsuit has been dropped.
(d) To ask him to marry Bold and Eleanor.
5. Who says, "I am sure he loves you better than anything in the world."
6. What is the name of the magazine Bold buys after leaving Tom?
(a) The Outhouse.
(b) The Doghouse.
(c) The Poorhouse.
(d) The Almshouse.
7. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from girls younger than what age?
8. A second newspaper article published about Harding what the last of how many leaders in the paper?
9. What color is Sir Abraham's hair?
10. Where does Harding say he is going at the beginning of Chapter 13, "The Warden's Decision"?
(d) New York City.
11. Who says, "I had such good news for you, and now you make me fear I am too late"?
12. Where is Anticant from?
13. A second newspaper article that speaks badly of Harding asks why an old men's home needs what?
(a) A preacher.
(b) A nurse.
(c) A manager.
(d) A warden.
14. The narrator says Eleanor is worthy of being the daughter of whom?
15. How is Sir Abraham described?
(a) Short and skinny.
(b) Big and tall.
(c) Short and fat.
(d) Tall and thin.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says, "Mr. Bold can't dispute the truth of every word in that article you have just read--nor can I."
2. Who lays in bed at the beginning of Chapter 11, "Iphigenia"?
3. What does Anticant do for a living?
4. What is Sentiment's first name?
5. Who recommended that Bold buy a magazine by Sentiment?
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