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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Rochester tell Jane about having asked God if he would find bliss and peace once more?
(a) That he called out her name.
(b) That he heard her call his name.
(c) That he heard God's voice.
(d) That he heard Jane's voice.
2. Jane comes across a little girl and asks her for what item that she is about to throw to the pigs?
3. After revealing her identity to Mr. Rochester, what does she tell him about her circumstances since leaving Thornfield?
(a) That she is a suffering woman.
(b) That she is a healthy woman.
(c) That she is an independent woman.
(d) That she is a dependent woman.
4. What feeling comes over Jane when St. John rests his hand on her head one last time so that she is tempted to give in to his proposal?
5. In talking about Jane's features, St. John remarks that "ill or well, she would always be _________."
6. Why does Jane think, on the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, that "friends always forget those whom fortune forsakes"?
(a) Because everyone has left.
(b) Because no one checks on her.
(c) Because no one loves her.
(d) Because she is cast out.
7. The night before they are to be married, Jane tells Mr. Rochester that earlier that morning she had seen whom in her closet where her wedding gown and veil are hung?
(a) A strange woman.
(b) Eliza Reed.
(c) Grace Poole.
(d) Mrs. Fairfax.
8. According to Jane, which is better: to surrender to passion or to adhere to principle?
(b) Surrender to passion.
(d) Adhere to principle.
9. St. John wants Jane to be the mistress of what kind of school?
(a) A school for poor girls.
(b) A school for wealthy girls.
(c) A school for wealthy girls and boys.
(d) A school for poor girls and boys.
10. Mr. Rochester tells Jane that he has written to his banker to send him what item that has been in his safe-keeping?
11. What is the first sentence of the final chapter of "Jane Eyre?"
(a) Reader, we eloped.
(b) Reader, I married him.
(c) Reader, I eloped with him.
(d) Reader, we married.
12. When Mr. Rochester asks Jane if she will ever forgive him, what does she tell the reader?
(a) That she must pray for forgiveness.
(b) That she will soon forgive him.
(c) That she would never forgive him.
(d) That she forgave him on the spot.
13. What is the name of the person who interrupts the wedding between Jane and Mr. Rochester?
14. How does Jane feel about being a village schoolmistress?
15. How long has Jane been married to Mr. Rochester at the end of the novel?
(a) Ten years.
(b) Two years.
(c) Twenty years.
(d) Twelve years.
Short Answer Questions
1. On the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, what does Jane think she should do?
2. When Jane recalls her dreams to Mr. Rochester about Thornfield's being in a dreary ruin, what does she tell him she is carrying in a shawl?
3. What two things does Jane claim she will be when Mr. Rochester states how he will dress her up in satin and lace?
4. Of the twenty girls for whom Jane is responsible, how many can read and how many can write?
5. When St. John asks where Jane last resided, how does Jane respond?
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