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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 also displeased with the final chapter and advises her niece to stick to what she knows. What does she believe her niece knows?
2. Jane jokes that she is "rather in love" with whom?
(a) Mr. Lexington.
(b) Mr. Longston.
(c) Mr. Lushington.
(d) Mr. Livingston.
3. Jane goes to see the play "Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage" by David Garrick but is not pleased with what?
(a) The lighting.
(b) The set.
(c) The script.
(d) The acting.
4. Jane spends most of her time _________________ and anxiously awaiting Edward's arrival next Tuesday.
(a) Practicing her music.
(b) Working or reading.
5. Jane writes to her niece, Fanny Knight, declaring that she knows that Fanny is not what?
(a) In love.
(b) Getting married.
Short Answer Questions
1. Jane writes to James Stanier Clarke, asking permission to do what?
2. Jane quips that she will comfort who?
3. Mrs. Austen is not well but would be glad to see Caroline, especially next Saturday, which is what?
4. 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.
5. Jane praises Anna's manuscript, comparing it to Burney's ____________.
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Henry feeling at this point?
2. What does Jane say about Mr. Haden's paraphrasing of "Merchant of Venice?"
3. What does Jane write to Caroline Austen?
4. What does Jane do regarding Fanny's possible marriage?
5. What does Jane do regarding Anna's manuscript?
6. What does Jane do at the end of this section? Why?
7. What does Jane write to Anna Lefroy regarding Mrs. Creed?
8. Describe Jane's trip with Henry to Chawton.
9. What does Fanny Knight do regarding Jane's book? What does Jane decide to tell Anna?
10. What correspondence takes place between Jane and James Stanier Clarke?
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