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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 tells Bold that Eleanor has come to see him?
2. What does the narrator say will probably happen to Eleanor if she goes to visit Bold?
(a) His wife will attack her.
(b) He will yell at her.
(c) She will get kissed.
(d) She will get lost.
3. Where do Harding and Eleanor move while waiting for their cottage to clear out?
(a) A church basement.
(b) A boarding house.
(c) In with the bishop.
(d) In with Grantly.
4. What does Harding say is nice about his little cottage?
(a) The fireplace.
(b) The stairwell.
(c) The garden.
(d) The balcony.
5. How long does Harding wait for his appointment with Sir Abraham?
(a) 1 or 2 minutes.
(b) 30 or 45 minutes.
(c) 15 or 20 minutes,
(d) An hour.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the cottage Eleanor and Harding decide to live in?
2. The narrator says Eleanor is worthy of being the daughter of whom?
3. Who says, "Don't you know that their attorneys have noticed us that they have withdrawn the suit"?
4. Where does Harding go after dinner on his second day in London?
5. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor want to be like?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Susan concerned about her father, Harding, resigning?
2. Why does Eleanor decide to visit Bold at the beginning of Chapter 11 "Iphigenia"?
3. Why does Grantly assume that Bold wants to drop the changes against Harding?
4. What happens when Eleanor tells Mary that she cannot marry Bold?
5. Why does Bold leave angrily from his meeting with Tom?
6. Why does Sir Abraham think Harding has come to see him?
7. How does Harding feel by the time he is about to meet Sir Abraham?
8. How does Grantly react when Harding tells him he will resign?
9. What happens to the beadsmen when their warden resigns?
10. Why does Harding decide not to spend his second day in London in his hotel?
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