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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 suggests that Harding write to the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against him?
(a) Susan.
(b) Bold.
(c) Grantly.
(d) The bishop.

2. What is the name of the bill Sir Abraham is engaged in when Grantly calls on him for help?
(a) Convent Confinement Bill.
(b) Convent Committal Bill.
(c) Convent Constraint Bill.
(d) Convent Custody Bill.

3. What relation is Grantly to Harding?
(a) Nephew.
(b) Cousin.
(c) Son-in-law.
(d) Brother-in-law.

4. How many readers does the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden have, as estimated by the narrator?
(a) 600,000.
(b) 800,000.
(c) 200,000.
(d) 100,000.

5. Where is the newspaper that publishes a story about the lawsuit against the warden located?
(a) Manchester.
(b) Hull.
(c) London.
(d) Liverpool.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the relationship between Harding and the bishop?

2. Who would always say, "Well, well, Mr. Harding; you're too good, much too good"?

3. Grantly says a local newspaper has taken up a case against how many bishops?

4. What is the name of the beadsman who wants all the other men to sign a petition against Harding?

5. Who says, "Personal emnity! Going to do!"?

Short Essay Questions

1. How do Harding and Grantly feel about Bold's attempts to create reform?

2. How does a newspaper article describe Harding?

3. What happens when Bold goes to visit Harding, hoping to demand a detailed statement of the hospital's accounts?

4. What does Harding do to make sure he does not become enemies with Bold?

5. How does Harding react when he reads an article about himself in the newspaper?

6. How do Bold and the beadsmen feel when they read an article about Harding in the newspaper?

7. How does a scandal erupt out of the legal battle between Harding and the beadsmen?

8. What do Grantly and the bishop tell Harding when he asks what should be done about the slander the Jupiter published against him?

9. Why is Eleanor not worried about seeing Bold when she goes to see Mary?

10. How does Harding feel when Bold tells him he will probably take legal action against him?

(see the answer keys)

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