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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 does Parson Trulliber try to sell Adams?
(a) A pig.
(b) A house.
(c) A loan.
(d) A book.
2. Who defends Joseph in the coach to the host when Miss Grave-airs and others protest his presence?
3. Who is the person that the eighteen-year-old whose story is told by a lady in the coach suddenly falls in love with prior to her wedding?
4. By following his sister's example, what is Joseph Andrews able to preserve according to Fielding?
(a) His strength.
(b) His purity.
(c) His love.
(d) His art.
5. To what does Wilson lose his fortune?
(b) Old age.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose stable does Joseph go to at the age of ten?
2. In Book 1, Chapter 1, Fielding states that examples are often better teachers than ____________.
3. What does Wilson see the pleasures of the world as?
4. Despite his speeches, what does the sportsman fail to possess when he hears a young woman scream while he is with Adams?
5. Who pays Joseph's bill at the inn?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Mrs. Slipslop's encourages Lady Booby to marry Joseph, why is Lady Booby indignant?
2. What does the attack by the master's hounds reveal about the master?
3. What does Joseph's encounter with the stagecoach reveal?
4. How is Trulliber revealed as a greedy clergyman?
5. Why is the inn hostess initially helpful to Adam?
6. How does Lady Booby try to prevent Fanny from marrying Joseph?
7. How does London appear as a center of vice in Section 1: Joseph Andrews, Preface and Book 1, Chapters 1 through 12?
8. Why does Wilson fail to participate in Harriet's father's trade?
9. When Adams's wife chides him on opposing the Booby household, what does Adam reveal about his inclinations?
10. In what ways does Joseph reveal that he is maturing in how he responds to the gentleman's visit, differing from Adam's point of view?
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