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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 37.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Phineas expresses understanding about this thing George possesses, how does Mr. Halliday react?
(a) Halliday lets Phineas lecture him.
(b) Halliday is proud of Phineas.
(c) Halliday says he can tell Phineas was not born a Quaker.
(d) Halliday is ashamed of Phineas.
2. What does Mr. Haley say to Mr. Shelby that is insulting?
(a) Haley accuses Shelby of being a poor manager.
(b) Mr. Haley says that Shelby spoiled his slaves and now he will expect Shelby to give him cash.
(c) Haley accuses Shelby of caring too much about his wife thinks.
(d) Haley accuses Mr. Shelby of not being fair and possibly helping the slaves get away.
3. As Eliza continues to travel to Canada, how does she disguise herself?
(a) As a very large woman.
(b) As a nun.
(c) As a child.
(d) As a man.
4. In the conversation in the tavern about how to best manage slaves, what is it that interrupts this discussion?
(a) The entrance of Mr. Von Trompe.
(b) The entrance of a United States marshal.
(c) The entrance of a man who is said to look like a Spaniard.
(d) The entrance of Mr. Haley accompanied by Uncle Tom.
5. What does Eliza dream of on the first night that she is taken in and sleeping safely at the new family's house?
(a) A man coming across the yard to kidnap her.
(b) A man coming with a notice for her capture--dead or alive.
(c) Happy, carefree days to come in Canada.
(d) Happy, carefree days at the Shelbys.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Aunt Chloe's mood on this morning after Eliza's escape?
2. When George and Eliza are reunited, what is Eliza trying to convince George of?
3. What is it that Mrs. Bird feels is ignored by the passing of the Fugitive Slave Act?
4. When does Mrs. Shelby first learn the details about Mr. Haley's visit to the plantation?
5. When Mr. Haley leaves Mr. Shelby, what is the awful truth that Mrs. Shelby learns?
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