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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Grantly plans to give Harding's job at the old men's home to a man with how many children?
2. Why does the narrator feel sorry for Sir Abraham's wife?
(a) She has no friends.
(b) She is ugly.
(c) Her husband does not have time to talk to her.
(d) She has no money.
3. Who says, " I want to ask you if you can oblige me in a certain matter"?
4. Where does Bold go immediately Eleanor visits him?
(a) To the old men's home.
(b) To see Grantly.
(c) Back to London.
(d) To church.
5. How much does Bold think dropping the lawsuit will cost?
(a) 400 pounds.
(b) 1,000 pounds.
(c) 300 pounds.
(d) 800 pounds.
6. Who does Anticant condemn harshly?
7. The same person who owns Crabtree Canonicorum also owns a hospitable villa on what lake?
(a) Lake Como.
(b) Lake Geneva.
(c) Lake Maggiore.
(d) Lake Prespa.
8. What is Sentiment's first name?
9. What is the last name of Tom, who works at a powerful newspaper?
10. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor compare Harding to?
11. What do critics say Anticant cannot do?
(a) Paint with watercolors.
(c) Write English.
(d) Relate to people.
12. How is Sir Abraham described?
(a) Tall and thin.
(b) Short and skinny.
(c) Short and fat.
(d) Big and tall.
13. Who dies at the end of Chapter 20, "Farewell"?
14. What does the narrator say will probably happen to Eleanor if she goes to visit Bold?
(a) His wife will attack her.
(b) She will get lost.
(c) He will yell at her.
(d) She will get kissed.
15. Who does Harding owe money to when he plans to sell personal belongings?
(c) The bishop.
(d) Sir Abraham.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says, "Mr. Bold can act as he thinks proper, my love"?
2. Which character is friends with Tom?
3. Who says, "What good to us is this place or all the money, if we are to be ill-spoken of ?"
4. What does Tom show Bold that angers him?
5. Where is Anticant from?
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