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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 character does James Beattie think Fielding brings to masterly invention in Joseph Andrews?
2. What is stressed to "modify our notions of the place of sexual propriety in the world of the story" in "Fielding's Guidance of the Reader's Attitudes in Book 1, Chapters 1-11"?
3. What happens to the person from Grenada that Gil is unsure of how to help him recover from?
4. Who writes "The Life and Adventures of the Renown'd Don Quixote"?
5. When Joseph notices Didapper try to lay hold of Fanny, what ensues shortly thereafter?
(a) A game.
(b) A song.
(c) A visit.
(d) A fight.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Letter 2, what does Shamela say about the squire?
2. What does Thomas Gray think Fielding's incidents are while his character portraits are natural?
3. In "The Apology for the Clergy," what does Fielding say is serviceable to detect and expose in the clergy?
4. What fetters and harasses mankind according to Fielding in "Essay on Good Nature"?
5. In "Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane," who does Gil meet from Grenada?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Adams and Joseph reveal the essential virtues of the good man?
2. How is Le Roman Comique similar to Joseph Andrews?
3. Why is Pamela uncomfortable at the Lincolnshire estate where she is abducted?
4. How does Fielding define charity?
5. When Joseph rescues Fanny from the ill intentions of Beau Didapper, what does Lady Booby's presence at Adam's house reveal?
6. Why does Mr. Booby go to ecclesiastical court?
7. How does the peddler assist Joseph in finding his true identity?
8. How is Pamela different from Shamela in her reaction to Mr. Booby?
9. What is shocking about the peddler's revelation about Fanny's heritage?
10. In Sheldon Sacks's "Fielding's Guidance of the Reader's Attitudes in Book 1, Chapters 1-11," how is the narrator described?
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