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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter XVII.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the disease abates at Lowood, what discovery is made that is mortifying to Mr. Brocklehurst?
(a) The discovery of missing funds and abusive teachers at the school.
(b) The discovery of scandalous behavior and excessive opulence at the school.
(c) The discovery of abducted children and slave wages at the school.
(d) The discovery of the ill-treatment and poor conditions at the school.
2. Why are Jane and other girls forced to part with their portion of food at Lowood during the cold winter months?
(a) Because the teachers tell them to do so.
(b) Because the smallest girls need the food.
(c) Because the older girls menace them into doing so.
(d) Because the younger girls are not allowed more than one portion.
3. When Mr. Rochester is in Leah's, what "sickening sense" does Jane feel regarding his absence?
4. How does Jane respond to Mr. Lloyd's presence in the room?
(a) She feels panic and a conviction of incompetence and ill-will.
(b) She feels indifference and a lack of conviction that she will recover.
(c) She feels apprehension and a conviction of insecurity and transformation.
(d) She feels relief and a conviction of protection and security.
5. How does Miss Temple respond to Jane's defense of her character in light of Mr. Brocklehurst's accusation?
(a) She ignores her.
(b) She scolds her.
(c) She kisses her.
(d) She slaps her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who arrives at Lowood to see Jane and is mistaken for the carrier by her?
2. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane regarding his appearance?
3. What does Mr. Rochester ask to see of Jane's during their first tea-time?
4. As she comforts Jane after Mr. Brocklehurst leaves, Helen tells her, "If all the world ________ you, and believed you wicked, while your own conscience ________ you, and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without __________."
5. As Mr. Lloyd questions Jane about her life at Gateshead, Jane's spirit is moved by what prospect which implies "an entire separation from Gateshead, an entrance into a new life?"
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