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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 37.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Haley say to Mr. Shelby that is insulting?
(a) Mr. Haley says that Shelby spoiled his slaves and now he will expect Shelby to give him cash.
(b) Haley accuses Mr. Shelby of not being fair and possibly helping the slaves get away.
(c) Haley accuses Shelby of being a poor manager.
(d) Haley accuses Shelby of caring too much about his wife thinks.
2. When Mr. Haley becomes agitated during their discussion of slave treatment, what does Mr. Shelby try to calm him with?
(a) Tea and honey.
(b) Tea and cornbread.
(c) A hearty breakfast.
3. Who is the man the reader first meets by name in the tavern where a number of white Kentuckians are drinking and socializing in Chapter 11?
(a) Mr. Von Trompe.
(b) Mr. Wilson.
(c) Mr. Harris.
(d) Mr. Haley.
4. As Chapter 29 ends, where is Tom on his way to?
(a) The Shelby home.
(b) The ferry boat to meet his wife and children.
(c) The slave auction.
(d) The ferry boat to see Miss Ophelia off.
5. When Augustine lectures Miss Ophelia on how to properly treat a slave, what kind of treatment does he say is most effective?
(a) Harsh and violent.
(b) Treatment as equals.
(d) A combination of firm and gentle.
Short Answer Questions
1. Once Emmeline is at the Legree plantation, what does Emmeline try to convince another woman to do with her?
2. What happened in the weeks following the death at the St. Clare villa that most influenced Augustine and led to changes he made in the running of his household?
3. At the beginning of Chapter 4, what does "a neat garden patch, where, every summer, strawberries, raspberries, and a variety of fruit and vegetables, flourished" describe?
4. What is it that makes Eliza feel momentarily sad as she runs away?
5. When George meets with Eliza, why does he tell her that he travels so far from the plantation on which he works?
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