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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Jane states that, with Mary and Diana, there is a _________congeniality of tastes, sentiments, and principles.
(b) Lack of.
2. When Jane first lays her eyes on the injured Mr. Rochester, she compares him to what kind of animal?
(a) A horse.
(b) A snake.
(c) An eagle.
(d) A dog.
3. Who is the missing girl in the advertisements about which St. John informs Jane?
4. According to Jane, how does Rosamond Oliver feel about St. John?
(a) She hates him.
(b) She dislikes him.
(c) She loves him.
(d) She envies him.
5. When Jane recalls asking to trade her handkerchief and glove for a cake and is refused, she states that she _________none of those who________me.
(a) Blamed; repulsed.
(b) Forgave; scorned.
(c) Scorned; helped.
(d) Forgave; repulsed.
6. The record of marriage the person reads to stop the wedding is from how many years back?
7. According to Jane, what words go side-by-side with "Legacy" and "Bequest?"
(a) "Death" and "Funeral."
(b) "Theft" and "Ill-repute."
(c) "Fortune" and "Fame."
(d) "Faith" and "Rejoice."
8. During what month does Jane depart from Moor House to return to Thornfield?
9. 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.
10. What does Mr. Rochester say in the church that he meant to be, but fate has out-maneuvered him?
(a) A husband.
(b) A father.
(c) A thief.
(d) A bigamist.
11. What is St. John's occupation?
(a) He is a teacher.
(b) He is a parson.
(c) He is a cobbler.
(d) He is a lawyer.
12. When Jane gives St. John a tour of Moor House prior to Diana's and Mary's arrival, what does he do that displeases her?
(a) Cleans the kitchen.
(b) Reads a book.
(c) Takes a walk.
(d) Irons the shirts.
13. According to Jane, what is one reason the intimacy she shares with Diana and Mary does not extend to St. John?
(a) Because he is seldom understood.
(b) Because he is seldom generous.
(c) Because he is seldom at home.
(d) Because he is seldom kind.
14. As Jane recovers at Moor House and the servant Hannah takes care of her, why does Hannah disturb Jane?
(a) Because Hannah tells her that she should leave immediately.
(b) Because Jane has the feeling Hannah is prejudiced against her.
(c) Because Jane has the feeling Hannah wants to steal from her.
(d) Because Hannah does not take good care of her.
15. On the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, what does Jane think she should do?
(a) Enter a nunnery.
(b) Marry Mr. Rochester.
(c) Leave Thornfield.
(d) Become a mistress.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mr. Rochester tell Jane about having asked God if he would find bliss and peace once more?
2. When Jane gives birth to a son, what does Mr. Rochester distinguish about him?
3. What is the name of the book Jane reads that begins, "Day set on Norham's castled steep, And Tweed's fair river broad and deep"?
4. Upon reaching Thornfield, Jane states that "I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house: I saw a ________ _______."
5. When Jane greets Mr. Rochester the morning after his proposal, he calls her a pale, little what?
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