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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 is Adams annoyed with Pounce when he travels in the couch with him?
(a) He does not agree upon houses.
(b) He does not agree upon food.
(c) He does not agree upon charity.
(d) He does not agree upon horses.
2. When Mr. Booby and Pamela try to dissuade Joseph from marrying Fanny, how does Joseph respond?
(a) He refuses.
(b) He hesitates.
(c) He does nothing.
(d) He agrees.
3. From what does Parson Adam's good heart stem?
4. Who is angry when Joseph and Adams beat his hounds?
(a) The master.
(b) The artist.
(c) The priest.
(d) The designer.
5. What forces Wilson to move to Temple where he engages in numerous affairs?
(a) A book show.
(b) A contest.
(c) A chess game.
(d) A duel.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Scout in relationship to Lady Booby?
2. When Barnabas goes to get punch, what does the maid bring for Joseph to drink?
3. Who does Mrs. Tow-house catch her husband in bed with?
4. What does Barnabas doubt that Adams can profit from selling?
5. What kind of a priest does Adams converse with after escaping the squire's retinue?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Fielding introduce through the character of Barnabas in regards to clergy?
2. How does Fielding contrast biographies and romances?
3. Why is Pounce considered selfish by Adams despite rescuing Fanny?
4. What does Joseph's encounter with the stagecoach reveal?
5. What does the gold that Joseph gives Fanny symbolize?
6. How do Adams and the sportsman differ in their reaction to the screams of the young woman?
7. What is the importance of the Preface to "Joseph Andrews" for the remainder of the book?
8. Why does Wilson fail to participate in Harriet's father's trade?
9. What is the theme that Fielding illustrates through the argument in the alehouse and Mrs. Slipslop's arrival?
10. How does Lady Booby try to prevent Fanny from marrying Joseph?
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