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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. On the day before Jane and Mr. Rochester are to leave to be married, what is written on the labels that Jane cannot bring herself to affix to her trunks?
(a) Miss Eyre - London.
(b) Mr. Rochester - London.
(c) Mrs. Rochester - London.
(d) Mr. Rochester and Miss Eyre - London.
2. Who steps forward at the church as a witness that causes Mr. Rochester to convulse in fury or despair at the sight?
(a) Blanche Ingram.
(b) Bertha Mason.
(c) Mr. Mason.
(d) Mr. Green.
3. Why does Jane think, on the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, that "friends always forget those whom fortune forsakes"?
(a) Because no one checks on her.
(b) Because she is cast out.
(c) Because everyone has left.
(d) Because no one loves her.
4. On the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, what does Jane think she should do?
(a) Leave Thornfield.
(b) Become a mistress.
(c) Marry Mr. Rochester.
(d) Enter a nunnery.
5. How does Jane describe Miss Rosamond Oliver, the heiress who greets her and St. John?
Short Answer Questions
1. Upon reaching Thornfield, Jane states that "I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house: I saw a ________ _______."
2. What feeling does Jane observe St. John has for Rosamond Oliver?
3. When St. John asks Jane to accompany him to India, to what condition she does not want to agree?
4. Whom does Jane meet in her dreams during the time when she is a schoolmistress?
5. What does Mr. Rochester say in the church that he meant to be, but fate has out-maneuvered him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does St. John treat Jane with icy reserve, and what does it reveal about his character?
2. How does Jane cope with her new life at Marsh End?
3. What happens when Jane tries to look for work after leaving Thornfield, and why is it significant?
4. What does Jane discover when she leaves Moor House and returns to Thornfield?
5. How does Jane feel about her new teaching job, and why is it significant?
6. What is Jane's married life like, and why is it significant?
7. What do the Rivers discover about the death of a wealthy uncle, and why is it significant?
8. What does Jane discover about Rosamond Oliver's feelings for St. John, and what does it signify?
9. How does Mr. Rochester respond to Jane's inquiry about Blanche's feelings regarding their upcoming marriage?
10. What are Jane's plans after her fortune has dramatically changed, and why does St. John urge her to reconsider them?
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