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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Mr. Rochester fetch Jane in the middle of the night to help Mr. Mason?
(a) Because he has thyphus.
(b) Because he is injured.
(c) Because he is feverish.
(d) Because he has insomnia.
2. What language does Adele speak fluently?
3. Who holds down Jane's arms and threatens to tie her down in the red-room?
(a) Bessie and Mrs. Reed.
(b) Mrs. Reed and Miss Abbot.
(c) Bessie and Miss Abbot.
(d) John and Miss Abbot.
4. 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.
5. What hope does Jane cherish that she has "no right to conceive"?
(a) That she has inherited money from a relative.
(b) That she will be allowed to take leave of Thornfield.
(c) That her position as governess will continue.
(d) That Mr. Rochester's marriage to Blanche Ingram is off.
6. How does Jane first encounter Mr. Rochester?
(a) He has fallen out of his coach.
(b) He has fallen off his chair.
(c) He has fallen with his horse.
(d) He has fallen down the staircase.
7. How does Miss Temple respond to Jane's defense of her character in light of Mr. Brocklehurst's accusation?
(a) She scolds her.
(b) She ignores her.
(c) She kisses her.
(d) She slaps her.
8. What is the name of the surgeon with whom Mr. Rochester returns?
9. When Jane wakes up in her own bed after fainting in the red-room, why is Mr. Lloyd in the room and NOT a physician?
(a) Because the physician Mrs. Reed has employed is out of town.
(b) Because the nearest physician lives in Bath.
(c) Because Mrs. Reed has employed an apothecary to care for Jane and the servants.
(d) Because Mr. Lloyd is studying to become a physician.
10. What is the weather like as the novel opens?
(a) Warm and sunny.
(b) Cold and rainy.
(c) Hot and muggy.
(d) Temperate and mild.
11. 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.
(c) Mary Ingram.
(d) Mrs. Eshton.
12. Who orders a lunch of bread and cheese after learning of the girls' inedible breakfast?
(a) Miss Scatcherd.
(b) Miss Miller.
(c) Miss Temple.
(d) Miss Smith.
13. According to Jane, women are supposed to be generally calm, but they feel what?
(a) Just as men feel.
(b) Just as they are supposed to feel.
(c) Just as children feel.
(d) Just as they want to feel.
14. According to Jane, what three things, when combined, make one mystery to which humanity has not yet found the key?
(a) Dreams, sympathies, and signs.
(b) Imaginings, presentiments, and sympathies.
(c) Presentiments, sympathies, and signs.
(d) Dreams, imaginings, and signs.
15. According to Bessie's husband, Robert Leaven, how has John Reed died?
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what game is Jane ignorant that the party proposes to play?
2. 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?"
3. Mr. Rochester compares Jane to what as she tries to free from his embrace?
4. What does Jane first eat at Lowood that is disgusting, but is devoured out of hunger?
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.
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