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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane to see that will suit Mrs. Rochester exactly?
(a) A wedding gown.
(b) A ring.
(c) A carriage.
(d) A bed.
2. How does Jane respond to Mr. Lloyd's presence in the room?
(a) She feels indifference and a lack of conviction that she will recover.
(b) She feels apprehension and a conviction of insecurity and transformation.
(c) She feels panic and a conviction of incompetence and ill-will.
(d) She feels relief and a conviction of protection and security.
3. According to Jane, as she observes Mr. Rochester's talking with Louisa and Amy Eshton, she thinks that she understands the language of his countenance, though _____ and ________sever them.
(a) Rank; wealth.
(b) Feeling; wealth.
(c) Taste; feeling.
(d) Rank; taste.
4. When Jane first arrives at Thornfield, how does Mrs. Fairfax treat her that surprises her?
(a) She treats her like a servant.
(b) She treats her like a stranger.
(c) She treats her like a pupil.
(d) She treats her like a visitor.
5. What does the gypsy tell Jane about Blanche's motive for marrying Mr. Rochester?
(a) That she wants revenge on someone else.
(b) That she is in love with him.
(c) That she does not have long to live.
(d) That she is marrying him for his estate.
6. Why is Jane taken and locked in the red-room?
(a) Because she tells on Eliza.
(b) Because she defends herself against John.
(c) Because she defends herself against Bessie.
(d) Because she pulls Georgiana's hair.
7. Jane is speaking to whom when she states, "I will say the very thought of you makes me sick, and that you treated me with miserable cruelty."
(a) Mrs. Reed.
(c) Mr. Reed.
8. Jane puts on what gift from Miss Temple for her first tea-time with Mr. Rochester?
(a) A pearl brooch.
(b) A silver bracelet.
(c) A gold cross.
(d) A diamond watch.
9. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane regarding his appearance?
(a) Whether she thinks he is serious.
(b) Whether she thinks he is playful.
(c) Whether she thinks he is handsome.
(d) Whether she thinks he is youthful.
10. According to Jane, what hour in the evening has provided "the ruddy gloaming, the licensed uproar, the confusion of many voices gave one a welcome sense of liberty?"
11. According to Bessie's husband, Robert Leaven, how has John Reed died?
12. According to Jane, what three things, when combined, make one mystery to which humanity has not yet found the key?
(a) Imaginings, presentiments, and sympathies.
(b) Presentiments, sympathies, and signs.
(c) Dreams, imaginings, and signs.
(d) Dreams, sympathies, and signs.
13. According to Mr. Brocklehurst, Miss Temple NOT should not accustom the girls to what?
(a) Habits of pleasure and moderation.
(b) Habits of poverty and frugality.
(c) Habits of obedience and servitude.
(d) Habits of luxury and indulgence.
14. Mr. Rochester compares Jane to what as she tries to free from his embrace?
(a) A cat.
(b) A mouse.
(c) A bird.
(d) A tiger.
15. Why does Mrs. Reed forbid Jane from joining her, Eliza, John, and Georgiana in the drawing-room?
(a) Because she feels Jane does not have a sociable and childlike disposition.
(b) Because she feels Jane has too much of a sociable and childlike disposition.
(c) Because she feels Jane is contagious and does not want her children to get sick.
(d) Because her children have complained that Jane is getting all the attention.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the subject of Leah's and the charwoman's conversation that Jane overhears, and is dropped once they perceive her?
2. When Mr. Rochester is in Leah's, what "sickening sense" does Jane feel regarding his absence?
3. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane to do as they listen to the nightingale?
4. How long does Jane stay at Gateshead before returning to Thornfield?
5. Why does Jane rush to Mr. Rochester's room after being awakened in the middle of the night by demonic laughter?
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