1 of 5
Whose clothes, legs, and shoulders are described as "square"?

2 of 5
By the end of the novel, Mr. Gradgrind has changed his philosophy, "making his facts and figures subservient to ___."

3 of 5
How does Louisa not conform to the Victorian ideal of femininity?

4 of 5
Bounderby's attitude is representative of the social changes created by ___.

5 of 5
Which of these characters is of the working class?