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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. Why does Mr. Rochester fetch Jane in the middle of the night to help Mr. Mason?
(a) Because he is injured.
(b) Because he has thyphus.
(c) Because he has insomnia.
(d) Because he is feverish.
2. Who arrives at Lowood to see Jane and is mistaken for the carrier by her?
(a) Mrs. Reed.
(b) Georgiana Reed.
(d) John Reed.
3. In the red-room, why does Jane rush at the door and shake the lock to escape?
(a) Because John is taunting her in the room.
(b) Because she is cold and wants to light the fire.
(c) Because she thinks there is a ghost in the room.
(d) Because Bessie has threatened to strike her with a whip.
4. Of what game is Jane ignorant that the party proposes to play?
5. According to Mr. Rochester, Jane is ______, quiet, _______, and simple.
(a) Worldly; cheerful.
(b) Quaint; grave.
(c) Worldly; grave.
(d) Quaint; cheerful.
Short Answer Questions
1. As she comforts Jane after Mr. Brocklehurst leaves, Helen tells her, "If all the world ________ you, and believed you wicked, while your own conscience ________ you, and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without __________."
2. How does Jane first encounter Mr. Rochester?
3. After Jane tells Mr. Rochester that Mr. Mason has arrived, what does he exclaim?
4. What is the name of the surgeon with whom Mr. Rochester returns?
5. What is the weather like as the novel opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Rochester returns with Blanche and a large party, how do they treat Jane, and why is this significant?
2. What does Jane tell the gypsy about her art, and why is this significant?
3. How is Helen Burns treated by Miss Scatcherd, and how does she respond?
4. How does Jane respond to Mr. Rochester's inquiry about whether she finds him attractive, and why is this significant?
5. Why does Mr. Rochester insist Jane join the party each evening in the drawing room?
6. What does the gypsy ask Jane, and why is this significant?
7. What does Mr. Rochester demand of Jane and Mr. Mason when they are left alone together, and what does it signify?
8. What is Jane's first impression of Thornfield in her new position as governess, and why is this significant?
9. What happens to Mr. Mason during his first night at Thornfield, and why is this significant?
10. When Jane first learns that Mr. Rochester may marry Blanche Ingram, why does she compare herself to her?
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