1. The “deadly statistical recorder” in Gradgrind’s study refers to what?
2. When is Louisa, for the first time, a little shaken in the reserved composure she adopts on her wedding day?
3. What does Mrs. Sparsit prefer that Mr. Bounderby call the “terms” (salary) of her employment?
4. What sort of factual knowledge do the wedding guests bring to the Gradgrind-Bounderby wedding feast?
5. Mrs. Sparsit says she has long been under the necessity of “eating the bread of dependence”; what in fact is her favorite supper...
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