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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice 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. Why does Sir Abraham think Harding is visiting him?
(a) To ask for money.
(b) Because the lawsuit has been dropped.
(c) To ask him to marry Bold and Eleanor.
(d) Because of the newspaper article.
3. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
4. What does Anticant do for a living?
(b) Law enforcement.
5. Who offers Harding several jobs to keep him nearby?
(b) The bishop.
6. Who says, "Mr. Bold can act as he thinks proper, my love"?
7. Who dies at the end of Chapter 20, "Farewell"?
8. Who meets Harding at the train station when he goes home?
(d) The bishop.
9. Who says, "That's philosophical; it's quite refreshing to hear a man talking of his hundreds in so purely indifferent a manner"?
10. How do the lawyers and clergymen feel about Harding since he retired?
(a) He is a coward.
(b) He is generous.
(c) He is noble.
(d) He is uneducated.
11. A second newspaper article published about Harding what the last of how many leaders in the paper?
12. Who does Harding want to see immediately when he arrives in London?
(d) Sir Abraham.
13. How do the townspeople feel about Harding when he resigns from the old men's home?
(a) They think he is crazy.
(b) They are relieved.
(c) They admire him.
(d) They feel betrayed.
14. What time is it when Harding meets with Sir. Abraham?
(b) 4 p.m.
(c) 10 p.m.
15. How long does Mary say Bold will be gone when Eleanor visits him?
(a) 4 hours.
(b) 2 hours.
(c) All day.
(d) 30 minutes.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Sentiment's magazine portray Harding?
2. Which character thinks of Eleanor as their sister?
3. How is Sir Abraham described?
4. How much money does Grantly tell Harding he will have when he resigns?
5. What is Anticant's first name?
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