1. According to Mr. Harthouse, what is the only difference between the “hard Fact fellows” and their opponents, the “philanthropists” and “professors of virtue”?
2. What does Mr. Harthouse write to his brother soon after his arrival in Coketown?
3. What does Mr. Bounderby say were the only pictures in his possession as a youth?
4. Who is the previous owner of Bounderby’s summer house?
5. In the course of their conversation in the forest clearing, Louisa confides to Harthouse that she has been doing what for her...
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