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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Jane is upset that Cassandra will not be doing what with their mother and herself?
(a) Going to Bath.
(b) Going to Beckenham.
(c) Going to Barnsley.
(d) Going to Berkhamsted.
2. Jane congratulates Frank on what?
(a) His new career.
(b) The birth of his son.
(c) His marriage.
(d) The birth of his daughter.
3. Jane has been pressured to stay with Mrs. Knight until September but desires to be home when?
(a) In May.
(b) In July.
(c) In August.
(d) In September.
4. She describes her plans for what book for the first time?
(a) "Mansfield Park."
(b) "Pride and Prejudice."
(c) "Northanger Abbey."
(d) "Sense and Sensibility."
5. Cassandra has a pleasant journey to Godmersham, but Jane worries. Why?
(a) Jane wonders if Cassandra will ever return.
(b) Her last letter seemed unhappy.
(c) She was ill before she left.
(d) She has not received a letter since Cassandra left home.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Austens' household articles have been ___________ finally.
2. Jane is very busy making shirts for Edward, and she claims she is the ___________ worker.
3. Jane plans to arrive at Goodnestone as Cassandra is leaving and to take her sister's place for several days. Jane's pleasant journey is offset by what?
4. Why is Jane anxious to go home?
5. Who is dangerously ill?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Jane thank Cassandra in her next letter?
2. On what does Jane update Cassandra?
3. How are the plans coming for moving to Bath?
4. What is a play that Jane sees in this section?
5. Where are the Bullers headed? What does Jane think of this?
6. What does Jane say about her stay with Mrs. Knight?
7. What gossip does Jane tell Cassandra?
8. How does Jane feel about Mr. Holder?
9. What are two books Jane alludes to in this section?
10. What are Mrs. Austen and Jane's plans regarding their living situation?
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