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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. How does Grantly pay his and Harding's legal fees?
(a) The church account.
(b) He takes it out of his own salary.
(c) The beadsmen give him the money.
(d) With donations.
2. What do critics say Anticant cannot do?
(a) Write English.
(c) Paint with watercolors.
(d) Relate to people.
3. The narrator says unmarried woman of what age would oppose Eleanor and not give her sympathy?
4. How much money does Grantly tell Harding he will have when he resigns?
(a) A quarter of what he thinks.
(b) 75 percent of what he thinks.
(c) About 100 pounds a year.
(d) Half of what he thinks.
5. Who says, "That's philosophical; it's quite refreshing to hear a man talking of his hundreds in so purely indifferent a manner"?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe Harding's usual mood?
2. Harding says a second newspaper article that speaks badly of him will be read all the clergymen in what city?
3. When does Harding say he will resign from the old men's home?
4. Who is Bold out with when Eleanor goes to see him?
5. Who lays in bed at the beginning of Chapter 11, "Iphigenia"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Harding's plan for he and Eleanor after the lawsuit is over?
2. What is Grantly's idea for how Harding can remain employed?
3. Why does Sir Abraham think Harding has come to see him?
4. How does a magazine called "The Almshouse" portray Harding?
5. How does Harding feel by the time he is about to meet Sir Abraham?
6. How does Grantly react when Harding tells him he will resign?
7. How does Tom seem to feel about his position at the newspaper?
8. Why does Bold suspect that he is to blame for the article in the newspaper that slanders Harding?
9. Why does Harding plan to sell his furniture when he resigns?
10. Why does Bold leave angrily from his meeting with Tom?
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