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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 is Mr. Brocklehurst's complaint about Julia Severn's hair?
(a) It is too long.
(b) It is cropped.
(c) It is unclean.
(d) It is too curly.
2. When Jane wakes up in her own bed after fainting in the red-room, why is Mr. Lloyd in the room and NOT a physician?
(a) Because Mrs. Reed has employed an apothecary to care for Jane and the servants.
(b) Because Mr. Lloyd is studying to become a physician.
(c) Because the nearest physician lives in Bath.
(d) Because the physician Mrs. Reed has employed is out of town.
3. How long does Jane stay at Gateshead before returning to Thornfield?
(a) One month.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) One week.
(d) One year.
4. How old is Jane when the novel opens?
5. 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 __________."
(a) Envied; approved; enemies.
(b) Hated; approved; friends.
(c) Envied; disapproved; enemies.
(d) Hated; disapproved; friends.
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. 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.
3. What is the name of the surgeon with whom Mr. Rochester returns?
4. To whom is Jane referring when she thinks, "I will put her to some test, such absolute impenetrability is past comprehension"?
5. What does Mr. Rochester ask to see of Jane's during their first tea-time?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why had Mr. Rochester married Bertha Mason, and how is this significant?
2. What does Jane's first dinner with Mr. Rochester at Thornfield foreshadow?
3. How does Jane first meet Mr. Rochester, and why is this significant?
4. How is Helen Burns treated by Miss Scatcherd, and how does she respond?
5. From what do the girls at Lowood suffer when Spring arrives, and how is this significant?
6. What does Mr. Rochester demand of Jane and Mr. Mason when they are left alone together, and what does it signify?
7. Why is Jane punished in the Red Room, and why is the room significant?
8. What does Jane discover about Rosamond Oliver's feelings for St. John, and what does it signify?
9. Who does Mr. Rochester show to Mr. Briggs, Mr. Mason, and Jane at Thornfield?
10. How does Jane feel about the Rivers family, and what does it signify?
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