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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who tells Mr. Eshton that Jane "looks too stupid for any game of the sort"?
(a) Colonel Dent.
(d) Mrs. Dent.
2. Who, according to Jane, in her final eight years at Lowood, "stood me in the stead of mother, governess, and, latterly, companion"?
(a) Miss Temple.
(b) Mrs. Brocklehurst.
(c) Miss Miller.
(d) Miss Scatcherd.
3. After the disease abates at Lowood, what discovery is made that is mortifying to Mr. Brocklehurst?
(a) The discovery of the ill-treatment and poor conditions 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 missing funds and abusive teachers at the school.
4. What does Mr. Rochester ask to see of Jane's during their first tea-time?
(a) Her books.
(b) Her sculpture.
(c) Her jewelry.
(d) Her portfolio.
5. According to Bessie's husband, Robert Leaven, how has John Reed died?
6. According to Jane, she tells Mr. Rochester a wanderer's repose and sinner's reformation do NOT depend on what?
(c) A fellow creature.
(d) The queen.
7. When Mr. Rochester is in Leah's, what "sickening sense" does Jane feel regarding his absence?
8. To whom is Blanche referring when she tells Mr. Rochester that "half of them detestable, and the rest ridiculous"?
9. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane to fetch for Mr. Mason from the drawer in his room?
(a) A knife and towel.
(b) A pipe and matches.
(c) A pillow and blanket.
(d) A phial and glass.
10. According to Mr. Brocklehurst, Miss Temple NOT should not accustom the girls to what?
(a) Habits of luxury and indulgence.
(b) Habits of pleasure and moderation.
(c) Habits of poverty and frugality.
(d) Habits of obedience and servitude.
11. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane to do as they listen to the nightingale?
(a) Forgive him.
(b) Leave him.
(c) Bed him.
(d) Marry him.
12. According to Jane, women are supposed to be generally calm, but they feel what?
(a) Just as they are supposed to feel.
(b) Just as men feel.
(c) Just as they want to feel.
(d) Just as children feel.
13. 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.
14. While on her deathbed, what does Mrs. Reed ask Jane to fetch from her dressing-case?
(a) A package from Jane's mother, Jane Eyre.
(b) A pamphlet from Jane's cousin, Eliza Reed.
(c) A will from Mrs. Reed's husband, John Reed.
(d) A letter from Jane's uncle, John Eyre.
15. What hope does Jane cherish that she has "no right to conceive"?
(a) That she has inherited money from a relative.
(b) That Mr. Rochester's marriage to Blanche Ingram is off.
(c) That she will be allowed to take leave of Thornfield.
(d) That her position as governess will continue.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long does Jane stay at Gateshead before returning to Thornfield?
2. Why does Mrs. Reed forbid Jane from joining her, Eliza, John, and Georgiana in the drawing-room?
3. According to Jane, why is Blanche "too inferior" to excite jealousy?
4. When Mr. Rochester gives Adele her gift, he tells Jane that he is not fond of what?
5. With what booty does Jane retreat when the party arrives with Mr. Rochester?
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