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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what country has Anticant spent most of his earlier days?
2. What is the last name of Tom, who works at a powerful newspaper?
3. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
4. What is the name of the magazine Bold buys after leaving Tom?
(a) The Outhouse.
(b) The Doghouse.
(c) The Almshouse.
(d) The Poorhouse.
5. What is the name of the cottage Eleanor and Harding decide to live in?
(a) Appletree Parva.
(b) Pinetree Parva.
(c) Crabtree Parva.
(d) Palmtree Parva.
6. What color is Sir Abraham's hair?
7. How does Sentiment's magazine portray Harding?
(a) As a hero.
(b) As a godly man.
(c) As a puppet.
(d) As a villain.
8. What does Harding plan to sell to pay his consultation fees?
(c) His horses.
(d) His books.
9. What time is it when Harding meets with Sir. Abraham?
(c) 4 p.m.
(d) 10 p.m.
10. The narrator says Sir Abraham has a stoop where?
(a) In his back.
(b) In his neck.
(c) In his hips.
(d) In his legs.
11. The narrator says Eleanor is worthy of being the daughter of whom?
12. Who says, "I am sure he loves you better than anything in the world."
13. Where do Harding and Eleanor move while waiting for their cottage to clear out?
(a) A boarding house.
(b) In with the bishop.
(c) A church basement.
(d) In with Grantly.
14. Where does Harding spend of his second day in London?
(a) Westminster Abbey.
(b) Buckingham Palace.
(c) Downing Street.
15. Which character thinks of Eleanor as their sister?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who dies at the end of Chapter 20, "Farewell"?
2. About how old is Sir Abraham?
3. Where does Harding go after dinner on his second day in London?
4. How do the townspeople feel about Harding when he resigns from the old men's home?
5. Harding says a second newspaper article that speaks badly of him will be read all the clergymen in what city?
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