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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 Mrs. Rushworth's housekeeper take Mrs. Norris at Sotherton?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The linen-supply closet.
(c) The attic.
(d) The dairy.
2. Why is Mr. Rushworth pleased with his part as Count Cassel?
(a) Cassel was his favorite uncle's last name.
(b) He gets to wear a fancy costume.
(c) He will have the chance to practice his accent.
(d) He likes being called "Count."
3. Who agrees to take the role of the Cottager's Wife in "Lover's Vows" at the beginning of Chapter 17?
(b) Mrs. Norris.
(c) Mrs. Grant.
(d) Lady Bertram.
4. When Mr. Rushworth leaves Henry and Maria alone on the grounds of Sotherton, what do they do?
(a) Wade in the stream.
(b) Flirt with each other.
(c) Play catch.
(d) Talk to other people.
5. What kind of dog does Lady Bertram have?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Fanny react to seeing the Sotherton chapel?
2. What does Tom want to do to create a better play?
3. How old is Fanny when Mr. Norris dies?
4. What passion of Tom's takes him away from Mansfield Park in Chapter 5?
5. How does Fanny describe Henry's appearance when the Crawfords first arrive at Mansfield?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Edmund object to Yates' proposal to perform a play?
2. What happens when Fanny's pony dies?
3. Does Mrs. Grant believe that Maria is interested in Henry?
4. How does Edmund provide comfort to Fanny at Mansfield Park when she first arrives?
5. What does Edmund tell Maria about his reaction to their choice of play?
6. What happens at Mansfield Park when Sir Thomas arrives home from Antigua?
7. What reason does Henry give Julia for why he has not selected her for the part of Agatha?
8. What does Mrs. Norris bring home from Sotherton?
9. Is Mary an excellent horseback rider?
10. Describe the East Room that Fanny uses for her own room at Mansfield Park.
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