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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Brocklehurst accuse Jane of being after making her sit on a stool in front of the class?
(a) An atheist.
(b) A thief.
(c) A liar.
(d) A bully.
2. After Mrs. Reed's funeral, where does Eliza tell Jane she is taking up residence?
(a) An English estate.
(b) A French convent.
(c) A Spanish hospital.
(d) An Italian school.
3. Whom is Mrs. Fairfax describing to Jane that is "Tall, fine bust, sloping shoulder; long graceful neck; olive complexion, dark and clear; noble features"?
(a) Blanche Ingram.
(b) Mary Ingram.
(d) Mrs. Eshton.
4. Who tells Mr. Eshton that Jane "looks too stupid for any game of the sort"?
(a) Colonel Dent.
(c) Mrs. Dent.
5. To whom is Jane referring when she thinks, "I will put her to some test, such absolute impenetrability is past comprehension"?
(a) Grace Poole.
(d) Mrs. Fairfax.
6. Why does Jane rush to Mr. Rochester's room after being awakened in the middle of the night by demonic laughter?
(a) Because it is on fire.
(b) Because Adele is ill.
(c) Because Grace Poole has threatened her.
(d) Because Mrs. Fairfax has disappeared.
7. According to Mr. Rochester, Jane is ______, quiet, _______, and simple.
(a) Quaint; grave.
(b) Worldly; grave.
(c) Worldly; cheerful.
(d) Quaint; cheerful.
8. What is the gypsy doing when Jane enters the library?
(a) Drinking and rocking.
(b) Eating and muttering.
(c) Reading and drinking.
(d) Reading and muttering.
9. When she returns to Gateshead from Thornfield, Jane tells Mr. Rochester that "wherever you are is my _________"?
10. Jane discovers the gypsy to be whom?
(a) Mrs. Fairfax.
(b) Mr. Eshton.
(d) Mr. Rochester.
11. Why is Jane taken and locked in the red-room?
(a) Because she defends herself against Bessie.
(b) Because she pulls Georgiana's hair.
(c) Because she defends herself against John.
(d) Because she tells on Eliza.
12. According to Jane, who bullies and punishes her "not two or three times in the week, nor once or twice in the day, but continually?"
13. 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 the ill-treatment and poor conditions at the school.
(c) The discovery of abducted children and slave wages at the school.
(d) The discovery of scandalous behavior and excessive opulence at the school.
14. Who arrives at Lowood to see Jane and is mistaken for the carrier by her?
(a) Georgiana Reed.
(b) John Reed.
(d) Mrs. Reed.
15. 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 relief and a conviction of protection and security.
(c) She feels panic and a conviction of incompetence and ill-will.
(d) She feels apprehension and a conviction of insecurity and transformation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom does Jane meet when she first arrives at Lowood?
2. Who is the newcomer who arrives from England whom the ladies call a "beautiful man"?
3. What does Jane first eat at Lowood that is disgusting, but is devoured out of hunger?
4. Whom does Jane see riding along with Mr. Rochester on the night of the party's arrival, as well as the next morning?
5. Why are Jane and other girls forced to part with their portion of food at Lowood during the cold winter months?
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