On pp 76-80 of her book, Domestic Manners of the Americans,
which one of these statements is NOT a remark that Mrs Trollope made about religion in America?
A The itinerant clergymen who traveled around the country to hold revival meetings were principally Presbyterians, Methodists, and Baptists
B Americans were more apt to subject the Bible to critical examination than Europeans
C Preachers were very graphic in their depictions of Hell
D During revival meetings some individuals were so overcome with emotion that they went into hysterics and convulsions
On p 80 of her book, Domestic Manners of the Americans, what reason does Mrs Trollope give for more women than men being attracted to revival meetings?
A Women were less educated than men
B Women were more aware of their sinfulness than men
C Women had fewer outlets for any sort of relaxation
D All the above
See pp 139-145 of the book, Domestic Manners of the Americans Which one of these statements is NOT a remark that Mrs Trollope made about the preachers she personally observed at an American camp meeting?
A They started by assuring their audience of the depravity of man
B They led participants in a quiet and scholarly study of the Bible
C They assured participants that the preachers were there to help them
D They took up a collection [of money] for Bibles, tracts, and other religious purposes