Part 1, Chapters 1, 2 and 3
1. This novel tells the story of a rambunctious young student. Where is he located?
(a) An American all-boys school in the early 1800s.
(b) An Australian prep school in the early 1900s.
(c) A traditional English all-boys school in the mid-1800s.
(d) A public school in the Bronx in the mi-1970s.
2. At what does the narrator speak at length?
(a) His happiness that Americans know so much about their history during the Colonial Period.
(b) His unhappiness in the abilities of public schools to train boys for adulthood.
(c) His frustration in the difficulty in finding decent forms of travel in his part of the country.
(d) His frustration at British people not knowing much about their home country.
3. What are the excellent qualities of the Brown family?
(a) Strength, courage, and determination.
(b) Faith, hope, and charity.
(c) Kindness, love, and modesty.
(d) Wealth, prosperity, and strength.
4. What does Tom's landowning family rarely, if ever, do?
(a) Stay at home.
(b) Leave London.
(c) Sell property to other families.
(d) Leave the county in which Tom is born.
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