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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. Where does Shamela go when Mrs. Jervis plans to sell her to Mr. Booby?
(a) San Francisco.
2. In what periodical is an article written that finds Mr. Adams makes an agreeable character due to his innocence?
(a) The Student.
(b) The Priest.
(c) The Author.
(d) The Writer.
3. Who does Don Quixote defeat in a fight and sends the man to present himself to Lady Donna Dulcinea?
(a) A Biscayan.
(b) A Catalan.
(c) A Tuscan.
(d) A Frenchman.
4. Who writes a dedication to "The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero"?
5. When Jacky reads the history of Leonard and his wife who constantly quarrel, who assures them that each is right and the person who is right should always submit?
Short Answer Questions
1. What are Mr. Booby's intentions towards Shamela?
2. What is the first value a clergyman must possess according to Fielding?
3. What does Joseph show when he is in the country especially when confronted with the obstacles to marrying Fanny?
4. Adams and Joseph Andrews embody the essential virtues of __________ in "Thematic Meaning and Structure"?
5. When Lady Booby surprises Adams's household with her arrival, who does she try to set Fanny up with?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Joseph rescues Fanny from the ill intentions of Beau Didapper, what does Lady Booby's presence at Adam's house reveal?
2. In Dick Taylor Jr.'s "Joseph as Hero in 'Joseph Andrews,'" how is Joseph characterized?
3. Why is Shamela willing to hide her relationship from her mother at Williams's request?
4. How does Fielding show his political beliefs in his work?
5. How is Le Roman Comique similar to Joseph Andrews?
6. Why does Mr. Booby go to ecclesiastical court?
7. Why is Pamela called Shamela by a clergyman?
8. In "Essay on Reputation," how does Fielding distinguish virtue and vice?
9. How is "Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane" similar to Fielding's work?
10. In "Essay on Good Nature," what does Fielding say about good and ill nature?
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