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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. She suspects that Charles will arrive today and he arrives when?
(a) At seven in the morning.
(b) At six in the morning.
(c) At six in the evening.
(d) At seven in the evening.
2. She accepts an invitation to visit who and wants Cassandra to join her there?
(a) The Smiths.
(b) The Thomas.
(c) The Williams.
(d) The Cookes.
3. Jane jokes that she is "rather in love" with whom?
(a) Mr. Lushington.
(b) Mr. Longston.
(c) Mr. Lexington.
(d) Mr. Livingston.
4. Jane quips that she will comfort who?
(a) His children but not him.
(b) No one in his family.
(c) Him but not his children.
(d) His wife.
5. Jane writes to James Stanier Clarke, asking permission to do what?
(a) Send him a copy of "Emma."
(b) Have "Emma" published.
(c) Write another novel.
(d) Dedicate "Emma" to the prince regent.
6. Jane goes to see the play "Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage" by David Garrick but is not pleased with what?
(a) The acting.
(b) The script.
(c) The set.
(d) The lighting.
7. Why does Jane lament Fanny's pending marriage?
(a) Because she does not care for Fanny's fiance.
(b) Because the single life suits Fanny.
(c) Because Fanny will no longer write to her.
(d) Because Fanny does not love her fiance.
8. She hopes that Sir William will marry who?
(a) Miss Sullivan.
(b) Miss Sharpe.
(c) Miss Sichenze.
(d) Miss Smith.
9. Jane, her sister and brothers intend to do what together?
(a) Throw a ball.
(d) Form a musical group.
10. Why are the words in one of Jane's letters written backwards?
(a) It is a code developed between Cassandra-Esten and Jane.
(b) She is trying to trick Cassandra-Esten.
(c) She is not feeling well.
(d) She is dyslexic.
11. Jane spends most of her time _________________ and anxiously awaiting Edward's arrival next Tuesday.
(a) Practicing her music.
(c) Working or reading.
12. She states that she is done with Mr. Wildman because of what reason?
(a) He is poor and rude.
(b) He is not "enough in love" with her niece.
(c) He is not wealthy enough for her niece.
(d) He is unkind.
13. Jane answers Anna's specific questions regarding the accuracy and title of the manuscript, and she suggests that Anna omit the postscript because of what reason?
(a) It does not make sense.
(b) It is ridiculous.
(c) It appears to imitate "Sense and Sensibility."
(d) It appears to imitate "Pride and Prejudice."
14. She discusses Sir Joshua Reynold's _______________ and Henry Aston Baker's collection, "Triumph of Perspective".
(a) Still lifes.
(c) Female portraits.
15. Mr. John Murray, a London publisher, offers Jane how many pounds for "Emma" and the copyrights to "Mansfield Park" and "Sense and Sensibility?"
(a) One hundred fifty.
(b) Three hundred fifty.
(c) Four hundred fifty.
(d) Two hundred fifty.
Short Answer Questions
1. She is convinced that Mr. Papillon will soon do what?
2. Henry takes Jane to see _______________, and Jane is pleased at a small portrait of "Mrs. Bingley", like "Portrait of a Lady" by J. F. M. Huet-Villiers.
3. Jane praises Anna's manuscript, comparing it to Burney's ____________.
4. Who is the most comfortable and successful member of the Austen family?
5. John Murray advises Jane of what?
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