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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 is always supporting Dr. Sloper?
(a) Mrs. Montgomery.
(b) Mrs. Almond.
(c) Mr. Townsend.
(d) Mrs. Penniman.
2. What does Mrs. Penniman claim at dinner in Chapter 31?
(a) That she took a lucky guess.
(b) That she knew everything but said nothing.
(c) Innocence in it all.
(d) That she knew nothing.
3. What does Catherine dedicate herself to doing for the next 17 years?
(a) Charities and painting.
(b) Charities and embroidery.
(c) Charities and horsebackriding.
(d) Charities and caring for orphans.
4. How many letters from Mr. Townsend does Catherine have?
5. What does the person with whom Mrs Penniman is talking continually argue in Chapter 27?
(a) That Dr. Sloper is correct in his assumption.
(b) That Mr. Townsend is only interested in Catherine's money.
(c) That it is better for her not to be involved.
(d) That Catherine is being hurt in all of this.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Catherine do at the start of Chapter 18?
2. What is the profession of the young man who proposes to Catherine?
3. What would Dr. Sloper rather have his daughter believe than seeing her in an unhappy marriage?
4. What does Catherine refuse to do in Chapter 30?
5. What is Mr. Townsend angry about at the end of Chapter 35?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do Mr. Townsend and Catherine argue in Chapter 29?
2. What does Mrs. Penniman urge Catherine to do?
3. What is Mrs. Penniman told by Dr. Sloper in Chapter 19?
4. What does Dr. Sloper say to offend Catherine?
5. What does Catherine refuse in Chapter 35?
6. What disappointment does Catherine suffer in regards to Mr. Townsend?
7. What is the relationship like between Mrs. Penniman and Mr. Townsend in Chapter 28?
8. What does Catherine receive in Chapter 31?
9. What does Mr. Townsend suggest he doesn't want in Chapter 20?
10. Why is Townsend angry?
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