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Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to Jane, which is better: to surrender to passion or to adhere to principle?
(a) Neither.
(b) Adhere to principle.
(c) Both.
(d) Surrender to passion.

2. Who is the missing girl in the advertisements about which St. John informs Jane?
(a) Jane.
(b) Diana.
(c) Adele.
(d) Rosamond.

3. When Jane visits Adele at school, what is her assessment of the place?
(a) That it is too strict.
(b) That it is too small.
(c) That it is too lenient.
(d) That it is too large.

4. What kind of face does Jane tell Mr. Rochester the person in the closet had when she looked in the mirror?
(a) A smooth and pleasing face.
(b) A tan and haughty face.
(c) A pale and old face.
(d) A discoloured and savage face.

5. What observation does Jane overhear Mary and Diana make about her accent and dress that is true?
(a) That she is French.
(b) That she is illiterate.
(c) That she is not uneducated.
(d) That she is foreign.

6. As the sisters discuss St. John's leaving England the following year, how does St. John respond to Mary's question about Rosamond Oliver?
(a) He tells them she is to be married to Mr. Rochester.
(b) He tells them he is about to propose to her.
(c) He tells them she is also leaving the country.
(d) He tells them she is to be married to Mr. Granby.

7. How is St. John related to Jane?
(a) His mother is her father's sister.
(b) His mother is her mother's sister.
(c) His father is her father's brother.
(d) His father is her mother's brother.

8. How does St. John answer Miss Oliver's inquiries about coming to visit?
(a) Like a little boy.
(b) Like a passionate lover.
(c) Like a friend.
(d) Like an automaton.

9. According to Mr. Rochester, what has happened to Bertha's mother?
(a) She is the mistress of his father.
(b) She is ill with thyphus.
(c) She is a runaway from another island.
(d) She is shut up in a lunatic asylum.

10. Why is St. John called away the night of Diana's and Mary's return to Moor House?
(a) To see after an ill father.
(b) To see after a dying mother.
(c) To see after a widow.
(d) To see after a dying child.

11. In responding to Jane's refusal to marry him, he tells her that her words are violent, _______, and untrue.
(a) Sexual.
(b) Unfeminine.
(c) Sexist.
(d) Feminine.

12. How does Jane respond to St. John's inquiry the night before he is to go to India about why she refuses to marry him?
(a) That he would leave her if she were to marry him.
(b) That he would mourn her if she were to marry him.
(c) That he would kill her if she were to marry him.
(d) That he would love her if she were to marry him.

13. On the day before Jane and Mr. Rochester are to leave to be married, what is written on the labels that Jane cannot bring herself to affix to her trunks?
(a) Mrs. Rochester - London.
(b) Mr. Rochester - London.
(c) Mr. Rochester and Miss Eyre - London.
(d) Miss Eyre - London.

14. Who steps forward at the church as a witness that causes Mr. Rochester to convulse in fury or despair at the sight?
(a) Bertha Mason.
(b) Blanche Ingram.
(c) Mr. Mason.
(d) Mr. Green.

15. How long has Jane been married to Mr. Rochester at the end of the novel?
(a) Twenty years.
(b) Twelve years.
(c) Two years.
(d) Ten years.

Short Answer Questions

1. Whom does Jane meet in her dreams during the time when she is a schoolmistress?

2. What does Bertha do when Mr. Rochester brings the party from the church to her room?

3. When Mr. Rochester asks Jane if she will ever forgive him, what does she tell the reader?

4. What does Mr. Rochester say in the church that he meant to be, but fate has out-maneuvered him?

5. Where is Mr. Rochester living following the fire at Thornfield?

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