Jane Austen's Letters Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. She visits the Fagg family and describes who?

2. Where do they plan to do this?

3. Jane writes to Caroline Austen, praising what?

4. Jane writes Charles that she is ill and what has made her worse?

5. She advises Fanny against marrying Mr. J. P. because of what reason?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Jane have to say about Anna's book?

2. Describe Jane's trip with Henry to Chawton.

3. What does Jane write to Caroline Austen?

4. What book does Jane plan to read? Why?

5. What does Jane say about Mr. Crabbe?

6. What does Jane write to Anna Lefroy regarding Mrs. Creed?

7. What does Jane say about Charles? Why might she say this?

8. What does Jane have to say about David Garrick's play?

9. What does Jane say about Frank, Edward, Henry, and Charles?

10. What are two books Jane reads at this time?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Jane travels a great deal.

Part 1) Describe the places she travels. How does she come by these opportunities to travel?

Part 2) What do these trips reveal about her family's social status? What do they also reveal about Jane?

Part 3) On what vacations and trips have you been? What did you think about traveling? How does this compare to Jane's experiences?

Essay Topic 2

Jane writes many letters.

Part 1) Describe two of the letters in detail. What do they have in common? What is unique about each?

Part 2) What can be learned about Jane through these letters? What can be learned about life in the 1800s through these letters?

Part 3) How has communication between people changed since this period of time? Why?

Essay Topic 3

Having a place in society is important to Jane.

Part 1) How do you know this? What exactly is her place in society?

Part 2) How does she impose this opinion on others? How does this need to fit in affect Jane?

Part 3) How important is fitting in today? How does it compare to Jane's time?

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