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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whom does Jane meet when she first arrives at Lowood?
(a) Miss Miller.
(b) Helen Burns.
(c) Mrs. Lloyd.
(d) Mrs. Brocklehurst.
2. During what month does Jane return to see Mrs. Reed at Gateshead?
3. How does Miss Temple respond to Jane's defense of her character in light of Mr. Brocklehurst's accusation?
(a) She kisses her.
(b) She scolds her.
(c) She ignores her.
(d) She slaps her.
4. 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 down the staircase.
(d) He has fallen with his horse.
5. Why is Jane taken and locked in the red-room?
(a) Because she tells on Eliza.
(b) Because she defends herself against Bessie.
(c) Because she defends herself against John.
(d) Because she pulls Georgiana's hair.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Mr. Rochester is in Leah's, what "sickening sense" does Jane feel regarding his absence?
2. Jane puts on what gift from Miss Temple for her first tea-time with Mr. Rochester?
3. After Mrs. Reed's funeral, where does Eliza tell Jane she is taking up residence?
4. As Mr. Lloyd questions Jane about her life at Gateshead, Jane's spirit is moved by what prospect which implies "an entire separation from Gateshead, an entrance into a new life?"
5. Whom is Mrs. Fairfax describing to Jane that is "Tall, fine bust, sloping shoulder; long graceful neck; olive complexion, dark and clear; noble features"?
Short Essay Questions
1. From what do the girls at Lowood suffer when Spring arrives, and how is this significant?
2. What happens to Helen Burns, and why is this significant?
3. What appeared in a dream that Bessie once had that was a bad omen, and what does this foreshadow in the novel?
4. When Rochester returns with Blanche and a large party, how do they treat Jane, and why is this significant?
5. On her deathbed, Mrs. Reed informs Jane of what, and why is this significant?
6. What does Mrs. Reed tell Mr. Brocklehurst about Jane, and how is this significant?
7. How do Bessie and Mr. Lloyd help Jane after she is punished in the Red Room, and why is this significant?
8. What is Jane's first impression of Thornfield in her new position as governess, and why is this significant?
9. When Jane and Rochester meet in the garden, why does Mr. Rochester tell her about a position in Ireland?
10. What happens when Jane confesses her feelings for Mr. Rochester, and how is this significant?
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