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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. What language does Adele speak fluently?
2. How does Miss Temple respond to Jane's defense of her character in light of Mr. Brocklehurst's accusation?
(a) She slaps her.
(b) She ignores her.
(c) She scolds her.
(d) She kisses her.
3. When she returns to Gateshead from Thornfield, Jane tells Mr. Rochester that "wherever you are is my _________"?
4. What does Jane first eat at Lowood that is disgusting, but is devoured out of hunger?
(a) Grainy soup.
(b) Burned porridge.
(c) Rancid meat.
(d) Cold gruel.
5. What does Mr. Mason tell the surgeon about his shoulder?
(a) That someone hafs pushed him.
(b) That someone has bit him.
(c) That someone has stabbed him.
(d) That someone has shot him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mrs. Reed forbid Jane from joining her, Eliza, John, and Georgiana in the drawing-room?
2. Jane is speaking to whom when she states, "I will say the very thought of you makes me sick, and that you treated me with miserable cruelty."
3. Whom does Jane meet when she first arrives at Lowood?
4. To whom is Blanche referring when she tells Mr. Rochester that "half of them detestable, and the rest ridiculous"?
5. What is the weather like as the novel opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Mr. Rochester's response to Jane's homecoming from Gateshead revealing?
2. What does Mrs. Reed tell Mr. Brocklehurst about Jane, and how is this significant?
3. Why does Mr. Rochester insist Jane join the party each evening in the drawing room?
4. What does Jane tell the gypsy about her art, and why is this significant?
5. Why does Jane stay at Gateshead after Mrs. Reed passes, and why is this significant?
6. How does Jane first meet Mr. Rochester, and why is this significant?
7. How does Jane respond to Mr. Rochester's inquiry about whether she finds him attractive, and why is this significant?
8. When Rochester returns with Blanche and a large party, how do they treat Jane, and why is this significant?
9. When Jane first learns that Mr. Rochester may marry Blanche Ingram, why does she compare herself to her?
10. On her deathbed, Mrs. Reed informs Jane of what, and why is this significant?
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