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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who writes "Le Roman Comique"?
2. When Mr. B kisses Pamela while she is in bed, she almost ________ out of fear.
3. What happens to the person from Grenada that Gil is unsure of how to help him recover from?
4. In Modern Criticism, Mark Spilka's "Comic Resolution in Fielding's 'Joseph Andrews'" claims the _____ adventures at Booby Hall are among the most memorable scenes in the story.
5. What year is "Essay on Reputation" written?
6. What year is "The Apology for the Clergy" written?
7. What fetters and harasses mankind according to Fielding in "Essay on Good Nature"?
(b) Ill nature.
8. Who has decided to write a book about the courtship of Booby and Shamela?
9. In "Essay on Reputation," Fielding claims that it is hard to distinguish virtue and wisdom from _________.
(a) Love and hate.
(b) War and peace.
(c) Joy and love.
(d) Folly and vice.
10. What virtue is espoused in Fielding's work that should not be underestimated in "Thematic Meaning and Structure"?
11. What are Mr. Booby's intentions towards Shamela?
12. Who does Pamela thank for preserving her innocence from Mr. B?
13. What means showing forgiveness and kindness, as well as rejoicing in truth but not sin according to Fielding?
14. In Letter 1, to whom does Shamela write a letter to about accommodations?
15. What clothes does Shamela wear in Letter 7 that prevent Mr. Booby from recognizing her?
(a) A farmer's.
(b) A writer's.
(c) A parson's.
(d) An artist's.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Ragotin borrow a horse initially in "Le Roman Comique"?
2. What is quiet while vice is boisterous according to Fielding?
3. In "Essay on Good Nature," good nature delights in ________.
4. What does Pierre Francois Guyot Desfontaines think Fielding is one of the best at in England in terms of writing?
5. What character does James Beattie think Fielding brings to masterly invention in Joseph Andrews?
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