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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 believes that Henry will marry who soon?
(a) His Hanwell favorite.
(c) Miss Sharpe.
(d) A Duchess.
2. Jane writes to Anna Lefroy nee Austen that Mrs. Creed's opinion is now less important to her because of what reason?
(a) Her disapprobation of "Mansfield Park."
(b) Her behavior at the last ball.
(c) Her comment about "Pride and Prejudice."
(d) Her marriage to Mr. Creed.
3. She writes to Caroline Austen, apologizing that she has not yet done what?
(a) Sent her a copy of "Pride and Prejudice."
(b) Read Caroline's manuscript.
(c) Written a book about her.
(d) Come for a visit.
4. Based on the plot in Anna's book, Jane jokes that Ben, Anna's husband, was in love with who first?
(a) Aunt Jane.
(b) Aunt Cassandra.
(d) Mrs. Austen.
5. Edward does well at Chawton with what?
(d) Her mercantile business.
Short Answer Questions
1. She visits the Fagg family and describes who?
2. Jane spends most of her time _________________ and anxiously awaiting Edward's arrival next Tuesday.
3. Why are the words in one of Jane's letters written backwards?
4. Jane makes ___________ pounds from the sale of the books and the sale of the copyright.
5. Jane spends a comfortable hour where?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jane do at the end of this section? Why?
2. What does Jane tell John Murray, in reference to her books?
3. What does Jane say about Frank, Edward, Henry, and Charles?
4. What does Fanny Knight do regarding Jane's book? What does Jane decide to tell Anna?
5. What book does Jane plan to read? Why?
6. What does Jane do regarding Anna's manuscript?
7. What does Jane write to Fanny Knight regarding Fanny's love interest?
8. What does Jane have to say about David Garrick's play?
9. What are two books Jane reads at this time?
10. What does Jane do regarding Fanny's possible marriage?
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