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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. How does Jane feel about being a village schoolmistress?
2. When Jane asks why Mr. Rochester had wanted Jane to believe that he was going to marry Blanche Ingram, what does he say?
(a) That he knew jealousy would be his best ally.
(b) That Blanche Ingram had tricked him into becoming engaged.
(c) That he knew she would not believe it to be true.
(d) That he had made a promise he did not intend to keep.
3. According to Jane, what is one reason the intimacy she shares with Diana and Mary does not extend to St. John?
(a) Because he is seldom understood.
(b) Because he is seldom generous.
(c) Because he is seldom at home.
(d) Because he is seldom kind.
4. According to Mr. Rochester, what has happened to Bertha's mother?
(a) She is shut up in a lunatic asylum.
(b) She is the mistress of his father.
(c) She is a runaway from another island.
(d) She is ill with thyphus.
5. The record of marriage the person reads to stop the wedding is from how many years back?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Moor house, whom does Jane regard as the superior and leader?
2. Why does Jane think, on the afternoon following the discovery of Bertha Mason, that "friends always forget those whom fortune forsakes"?
3. How long has Jane been married to Mr. Rochester at the end of the novel?
4. What is the name of the book Jane reads that begins, "Day set on Norham's castled steep, And Tweed's fair river broad and deep"?
5. Jane states that, with Mary and Diana, there is a _________congeniality of tastes, sentiments, and principles.
Short Essay Questions
1. What are St. John's feelings for Rosamond Oliver, and how is it significant?
2. How does the Rivers family treat Jane, and why is it significant?
3. Who does Mr. Rochester show to Mr. Briggs, Mr. Mason, and Jane at Thornfield?
4. How does Jane feel about the Rivers family, and what does it signify?
5. Why does St. John treat Jane with icy reserve, and what does it reveal about his character?
6. What message does St. John leave for Jane before he departs as a missionary?
7. Why does Jane run outside after St. John reads from the book of Revelations, and why is it significant?
8. What does Jane learn about the Rivers family, and why is it significant?
9. What do the Rivers discover about the death of a wealthy uncle, and why is it significant?
10. Whom does Jane find in the room following her nightmare the day before the wedding, and what does it foreshadow?
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