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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Harding says a second newspaper article that speaks badly of him will be read all the clergymen in what city?
2. Where does Bold go immediately Eleanor visits him?
(a) To the old men's home.
(b) To see Grantly.
(c) To church.
(d) Back to London.
3. Who does Anticant condemn harshly?
4. What is the name of the cottage Eleanor and Harding decide to live in?
(a) Palmtree Parva.
(b) Pinetree Parva.
(c) Crabtree Parva.
(d) Appletree Parva.
5. Where does Harding say he is going at the beginning of Chapter 13, "The Warden's Decision"?
(c) New York City.
6. Where do Harding and Eleanor move while waiting for their cottage to clear out?
(a) A church basement.
(b) A boarding house.
(c) In with the bishop.
(d) In with Grantly.
7. What is the name of the magazine Bold buys after leaving Tom?
(a) The Poorhouse.
(b) The Almshouse.
(c) The Outhouse.
(d) The Doghouse.
8. How soon after his meeting with Sir Abraham does Harding go back home?
(a) The next morning.
(b) Two days later.
(c) The next afternoon.
(d) That same night.
9. What goddess has her seat on Mount Olympus, according to the narrator?
10. How much is Harding's little cottage worth a year?
(a) 100 pounds.
(b) 120 pounds.
(c) 80 pounds.
(d) 60 pounds.
11. How long does Mary say Bold will be gone when Eleanor visits him?
(a) 2 hours.
(b) 4 hours.
(c) 30 minutes.
(d) All day.
12. How does Grantly pay his and Harding's legal fees?
(a) With donations.
(b) The beadsmen give him the money.
(c) He takes it out of his own salary.
(d) The church account.
13. What is the last name of Tom, who works at a powerful newspaper?
14. Where does Harding go after dinner on his second day in London?
(c) Cigar house.
15. Where does Harding spend of his second day in London?
(b) Downing Street.
(c) Westminster Abbey.
(d) Buckingham Palace.
Short Answer Questions
1. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from women older than what age?
2. What time is it when Harding gets back to his London hotel from meeting with Sir Abraham?
3. The narrator says Sir Abraham has a stoop where?
4. Who does Grantly throw out of his home at the end of "Mr. Bold's Visit to Plumstead"?
5. How does the narrator describe Harding's usual mood?
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