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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who asks, " And who does manage the hospital"?
2. Harding tells Bold that he will not allow him to be put in what kind of court?
3. Grantly compares the newspaper that speaks badly of the warden to what in America?
(b) Indian tribes.
(c) The Irish gangs.
(d) The mob.
4. How is the relationship between Eleanor and Bold?
(a) They are best friends.
(b) They are in love.
(c) They are divorced.
(d) They are coworkers.
5. Where is the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden located?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Harding demand to see a copy of in Chapter 9, "The Conference"?
2. What is Grantly's oldest daughter called?
3. What instrument does Harding play?
4. Who says, "Sir Abraham has given most minute attention to the case"?
5. How many people sit on a jury in England, according to Grantly?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Harding react when Eleanor describes Bold as her enemy?
2. How does the bishop react when Harding tells him that Bold, who might marry his daughter, is looking to take legal action against him?
3. What happens when Bold goes to visit Harding, hoping to demand a detailed statement of the hospital's accounts?
4. What do Grantly and the bishop tell Harding when he asks what should be done about the slander the Jupiter published against him?
5. What happens after Eleanor reproaches Bold for being at odds with her father?
6. How do the inmates at the hospital react when they hear about reforms in other churches?
7. What does Grantly do after he decides to nip the beadsmens' rebellion in the bud.
8. What does Grantly warn Harding that will happen if he gives up his position?
9. How does a newspaper article describe Harding?
10. Why does Harding tell Eleanor to go for a walk after he gets done visiting at the bishop's palace?
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