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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
2. What color is Sir Abraham's hair?
3. Why does the narrator feel sorry for Sir Abraham's wife?
(a) She is ugly.
(b) She has no money.
(c) Her husband does not have time to talk to her.
(d) She has no friends.
4. Who says, "That's philosophical; it's quite refreshing to hear a man talking of his hundreds in so purely indifferent a manner"?
5. Who lays in bed at the beginning of Chapter 11, "Iphigenia"?
6. How does Grantly pay his and Harding's legal fees?
(a) The beadsmen give him the money.
(b) He takes it out of his own salary.
(c) With donations.
(d) The church account.
7. Who says, "I had such good news for you, and now you make me fear I am too late"?
8. What is the name of the magazine Bold buys after leaving Tom?
(a) The Almshouse.
(b) The Outhouse.
(c) The Doghouse.
(d) The Poorhouse.
9. How much does Bold think dropping the lawsuit will cost?
(a) 300 pounds.
(b) 800 pounds.
(c) 1,000 pounds.
(d) 400 pounds.
10. What time is it when Harding meets with Sir. Abraham?
(b) 4 p.m.
(c) 10 p.m.
11. How do the lawyers and clergymen feel about Harding since he retired?
(a) He is uneducated.
(b) He is noble.
(c) He is generous.
(d) He is a coward.
12. What does Harding plan to sell to pay his consultation fees?
(c) His horses.
(d) His books.
13. Where is Anticant from?
14. Who says, "Don't you know that their attorneys have noticed us that they have withdrawn the suit"?
(b) Sir Abraham.
15. Where does Harding say he is going at the beginning of Chapter 13, "The Warden's Decision"?
(b) New York City.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tells Bold that Eleanor has come to see him?
2. In what country has Anticant spent most of his earlier days?
3. Which character thinks of Eleanor as their sister?
4. Where does Bold go immediately Eleanor visits him?
5. How long does Mary say Bold will be gone when Eleanor visits him?
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