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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In light of the men’s behavior, what did Evelina decide to do at the dance?
(a) She would not dance with the first man who asked her, but she would accept offers from others.
(b) She would dance only with men she already knew.
(c) She would not dance at all, rather than accept the first partner who asked her condescendingly.
(d) She would dance with only the first man who asked her and no others.

2. Who writes Letter I?
(a) Madame Duval.
(b) Lady Howard.
(c) Rev. M. Villars.
(d) Sir John Belmont.

3. Who delivers Letter V?
(a) Mrs. Clinton.
(b) Sir John Belmont.
(c) Anville.
(d) Lady Howard.

4. In years past, what made Rev. Villars almost lose his Christianity?
(a) Hearing Sir John Belmont's name.
(b) Hearing the congregation pity Evelina’s plight.
(c) Hearing the congregation talk about Evelina’s manners.
(d) Seeing Madame Duval.

5. At the close of Letter X, how does Evelina feel about her to letters to Rev. Villars, thus far?
(a) They are too few in number.
(b) They divulge too much information.
(c) They are too chatty.
(d) They are unworthy.

6. What is Evelina’s overall opinion of Captain Mirvan?
(a) That he is deceitful and arrogant.
(b) That he is respectful and honorable.
(c) That he is vulgar and surly.
(d) That he is handsome and intelligent.

7. To whom is Letter I written?
(a) Rev. M. Villars.
(b) Lady Howard.
(c) Sir John Belmont.
(d) Madame Duval.

8. In Letter XXIV, Rev. Villars is delighted to write to Evelina, who is ________________.
(a) In Paris.
(b) At a university.
(c) At Howard Grove.
(d) In London.

9. How does Evelina describe the first man who asked her to dance at the ball?
(a) He was respectful, yet ugly.
(b) His was well groomed, but he very ugly.
(c) His dress was foppish, and he was very ugly.
(d) His dress was foppish, but his face was handsome.

10. What does Evelina say about writing a letter every evening to Mr. Villars?
(a) It is not practical.
(b) It is exhilarating.
(c) It serves as her diary.
(d) It is the most looked forward to event of the day.

11. What nickname does Captain Mirvan give to Madame Duval?
(a) Old pipsqueak.
(b) Old French hag.
(c) Wicked witch.
(d) Old woman.

12. Where does Rev. Villars allow Evelina to spend time with Madame Duval?
(a) Rome.
(b) London.
(c) Paris.
(d) Venice.

13. Which country does Madame Duval want to visit?
(a) The United States.
(b) England.
(c) Germany.
(d) France.

14. What does Evelina say in Letter XI about the men’s behavior at the ball?
(a) The men looked with amusement eyes as they walked past the women.
(b) The men treated the women with great respect and honored their wishes.
(c) The men smirked at homely women and looked with ravenous eyes at the beautiful ladies.
(d) The men looked as though they thought the women were only there for the men’s pleasure.

15. Whom does Madame Duval attempt to visit after leaving Howard Grove?
(a) Rev. Villars.
(b) Monsieur Du Bois.
(c) Sir John Belmont.
(d) Sir Clement Willoughby.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where does Madame Duval ask Rev. Villars to allow Evelina to?

2. How does Evelina react to Madame Duval’s plan?

3. According to Letter XXXII, who is the London visitor at Howard Grove?

4. What does Evelina buy at the mercer?

5. Who writes Letter XXXI to Sir John Belmont?

(see the answer keys)

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