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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. According to Jane, why are the girls predisposed to becoming ill so that forty-five out of eighty are afflicted?
(a) Because of physical abuse and lack of vitamins.
(b) Because of lack of exercise and too many sweets.
(c) Because of semi-starvation and neglected colds.
(d) Because of stifling heat and a fatty diet.
2. When she returns to Gateshead from Thornfield, Jane tells Mr. Rochester that "wherever you are is my _________"?
3. When Mr. Rochester suggests Jane get a position in Ireland to educate the five daughters of Mrs. Dionysius O'Gall, Jane proclaims that the sea is a barrier to what?
(a) To Gateshead.
(b) To marriage.
(c) To Mr. Rochester.
(d) To her family.
4. After Mrs. Reed's funeral, where does Eliza tell Jane she is taking up residence?
(a) An Italian school.
(b) An English estate.
(c) A Spanish hospital.
(d) A French convent.
5. Who, according to Jane, in her final eight years at Lowood, "stood me in the stead of mother, governess, and, latterly, companion"?
(a) Miss Temple.
(b) Miss Scatcherd.
(c) Miss Miller.
(d) Mrs. Brocklehurst.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?"
2. Jane warns the gypsy of what when she asks if Jane would like her fortune told?
3. What does Mr. Rochester ask Jane to do as they listen to the nightingale?
4. Who orders a lunch of bread and cheese after learning of the girls' inedible breakfast?
5. According to Jane, as she observes Mr. Rochester's talking with Louisa and Amy Eshton, she thinks that she understands the language of his countenance, though _____ and ________sever them.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Jane's impression of Mr. Rochester's and Blanche's relationship?
2. How does Jane first meet Mr. Rochester, and why is this significant?
3. What are the conditions like at Lowood, and what does it signify about the educational system?
4. When Jane first learns that Mr. Rochester may marry Blanche Ingram, why does she compare herself to her?
5. Why does Jane stay at Gateshead after Mrs. Reed passes, and why is this significant?
6. On her deathbed, Mrs. Reed informs Jane of what, and why is this significant?
7. How is Helen Burns treated by Miss Scatcherd, and how does she respond?
8. What appeared in a dream that Bessie once had that was a bad omen, and what does this foreshadow in the novel?
9. What happens to Mr. Mason during his first night at Thornfield, and why is this significant?
10. How is Mr. Rochester's response to Jane's homecoming from Gateshead revealing?
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