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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what booty does Jane retreat when the party arrives with Mr. Rochester?
2. According to Jane, she tells Mr. Rochester a wanderer's repose and sinner's reformation do NOT depend on what?
(a) The queen.
(c) A fellow creature.
3. How old is Jane when the novel opens?
4. Who tells Mr. Eshton that Jane "looks too stupid for any game of the sort"?
(a) Mrs. Dent.
(b) Colonel Dent.
5. As Jane watches the group perform, she states to the reader that she could not _____Mr. Rochester merely because he has ceased to notice her.
6. To whom is Jane referring when she thinks, "I will put her to some test, such absolute impenetrability is past comprehension"?
(a) Mrs. Fairfax.
(b) Grace Poole.
7. Why are Jane and other girls forced to part with their portion of food at Lowood during the cold winter months?
(a) Because the older girls menace them into doing so.
(b) Because the younger girls are not allowed more than one portion.
(c) Because the teachers tell them to do so.
(d) Because the smallest girls need the food.
8. According to Jane, Bessie once said that to dream of what was a sure sign of trouble?
9. How does Jane first encounter Mr. Rochester?
(a) He has fallen out of his coach.
(b) He has fallen down the staircase.
(c) He has fallen with his horse.
(d) He has fallen off his chair.
10. According to the gypsy, what is within Jane's reach?
11. Whom does Jane see riding along with Mr. Rochester on the night of the party's arrival, as well as the next morning?
(a) Mrs. Eshton.
(c) Blanche Ingram.
(d) Grace Poole.
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. What does Adele tell Jane about the big horse-chestnut at the bottom of the orchard?
(a) That a fire has burned it down.
(b) That lightning has split it in two.
(c) That someone has cut it down.
(d) That someone has carved its trunk.
14. Whom does Jane meet when she first arrives at Lowood?
(a) Miss Miller.
(b) Helen Burns.
(c) Mrs. Brocklehurst.
(d) Mrs. Lloyd.
15. Why is Jane surprised to learn that Mr. Rochester is the proprietor of Thornfield?
(a) Because she thinks there is no proprietor at Thornfield.
(b) Because she thinks Mrs. Fairfax is the owner.
(c) Because she thinks Mr. Rochester is dead.
(d) Because she thinks Thornfield belongs to Adele.
Short Answer Questions
1. When May arrives at Lowood, what is the "fog-bred pestilence" that arrives to transform the school into a hospital?
2. What does Mr. Brocklehurst accuse Jane of being after making her sit on a stool in front of the class?
3. What does Mr. Rochester forbid Mr. Mason and Jane to do before he departs?
4. According to Bessie's husband, Robert Leaven, how has John Reed died?
5. Who says to Helen, "Burns, you are standing on the side of your shoe; turn your toes out immediately," and "Burns, you poke your chin most unpleasantly; draw it in!"?
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