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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 also states that she just found out that Mr. Crabbe was married when what happened?
2. Fanny Knight praises what characters?
3. James Stanier Clarke tells Jane that he was appointed what?
4. She states that she is done with Mr. Wildman because of what reason?
5. Jane praises Eaton Stannard Barrett's "The Heroine" as being amusingly written in what style?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jane say about the Cookes?
2. What book does Jane plan to read? Why?
3. What does Fanny Knight do regarding Jane's book? What does Jane decide to tell Anna?
4. Describe Jane's trip with Henry to Chawton.
5. What does Jane say about Mr. Crabbe?
6. What does Jane say about her journey?
7. What does Jane write to Caroline Austen?
8. What makes Jane happy, regarding her novels?
9. What does Jane do regarding Fanny's possible marriage?
10. What does Jane say about Frank, Edward, Henry, and Charles?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Jane is very close to her sister Cassandra.
Part 1) Describe the correspondence between these sisters. How do you know they are very close?
Part 2) How does this relationship compare to Jane's relationships with other relatives and friends? Why are these relationships so important to Jane?
Part 3) To whom are you close? Why? How does this relationship affect your life? How does your communication with this loved one compare to Jane's communication with Cassandra?
Essay Topic 2
Jane enjoys reading.
Part 1) Describe five of the books she has read. What might these book have in common?
Part 2) Why does Jane mention books she has read? Why is this something important for her to tell others?
Part 3) What might these books reveal about her? What do the books you read reveal about you?
Essay Topic 3
Jane's letters often have similar themes.
Part 1) What are three of these themes that are found in most of her letters. How are they themes?
Part 2) How can you relate to these themes? How might these themes also be found in her books?
Part 3) Are these themes important today? Why or why not?
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