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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As Jane begs the woman called Hannah for food and shelter, who arrives to let her inside?
(a) St. John.
(b) Mr. Reed.
(c) Mr. Mason.
(d) Rosamond Oliver.
2. After hearing the voice and breaking away from St. John, Jane states that it was "_____time to assume ascendency."
3. Jane give money to whom the morning after Mr. Rochester's proposal?
(a) A priest.
(b) An old man.
(c) A beggar woman and child.
(d) Two school girls.
4. Why does Jane think, on the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, that "friends always forget those whom fortune forsakes"?
(a) Because no one loves her.
(b) Because no one checks on her.
(c) Because everyone has left.
(d) Because she is cast out.
5. During what month does Jane depart from Moor House to return to Thornfield?
6. In talking about Jane's features, St. John remarks that "ill or well, she would always be _________."
7. As Jane prays for guidance about whether she should go with St. John, what does the voice she hears say?
(a) "Have faith!"
(b) "Help! Help! Help!"
(c) "My love!"
(d) "Jane! Jane! Jane!"
8. 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 she is to be married to Mr. Granby.
(c) He tells them he is about to propose to her.
(d) He tells them she is also leaving the country.
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 mourn her if she were to marry him.
(b) That he would love her if she were to marry him.
(c) That he would kill her if she were to marry him.
(d) That he would leave her if she were to marry him.
10. 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) Mr. Rochester and Miss Eyre - London.
(b) Mr. Rochester - London.
(c) Mrs. Rochester - London.
(d) Miss Eyre - London.
11. On the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, what does Jane think she should do?
(a) Marry Mr. Rochester.
(b) Become a mistress.
(c) Enter a nunnery.
(d) Leave Thornfield.
12. Of the twenty girls for whom Jane is responsible, how many can read and how many can write?
(a) Thirteen and three.
(b) Three and three.
(c) Three and none.
(d) Three and five.
13. Upon reaching Thornfield, Jane states that "I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house: I saw a ________ _______."
(a) Tattered wreck.
(b) Humble replacement.
(c) Unfamiliar mansion.
(d) Blackened ruin.
14. Once Jane is well enough and dresses, what does Hannah ask her about which she is at first indignant?
(a) If Jane has gone begging before.
(b) If Jane would help with the cooking.
(c) If Jane would clean the house.
(d) If Jane has been in prison.
15. After Jane refuses to become Mr. Rochester's mistress and leaves Thornfield, where does the coachman drop her when she runs out of money?
Short Answer Questions
1. What two things does Jane claim she will be when Mr. Rochester states how he will dress her up in satin and lace?
2. At the beginning of the marriage ceremony, what impediment does the stranger give to stop Jane's and Mr. Rochester's wedding?
3. How does St. John answer Miss Oliver's inquiries about coming to visit?
4. What does Mr. Rochester's former butler tell Jane happened to Bertha Mason during the fire?
5. According to Jane, how does Rosamond Oliver feel about St. John?
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