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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. How does Fanny describe Mary's letters to her after she leaves Mansfield?
(d) Lively and affectionate.
2. Why is Fanny embarrassed to introduce Henry to her father?
(a) He will want her to marry Henry.
(b) He will think Henry too refined.
(c) Because of Mr. Price's bad manners.
(d) He will ask too many questions.
3. What is Maria's reaction when Henry leaves for a trip in Chapter 20?
(a) Not bothered at all.
(c) Slightly worried.
4. What does Edmund tell Fanny that Sir Thomas thinks about her in Chapter 21?
(a) She is tall.
(b) She speaks too much.
(c) He does not admire her.
(d) She is pretty.
5. What is the last meal Fanny and William share before William goes back to sea November 24?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Fanny help her younger siblings with when she is in Portsmouth?
2. What did Julia and Yates do that Edmund describes in a letter to Fanny?
3. What does Fanny learn from the letter she receives from Lady Bertram while she is in Portsmouth?
4. What is Fanny reading to Lady Bertram right before Edmund and Henry enter the drawing room?
5. How is it that William gets a leave of absence to visit Fanny in Chapter 24?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Maria's response when Sir Thomas offers her the option of breaking her engagement?
2. How does Fanny react to leading the dancing at the ball?
3. What is Fanny's reaction when she learns that William will soon be arriving at Mansfield Park?
4. Is Fanny welcomed when she returns home to her family?
5. Why does Edmund retrieve Fanny from Portsmouth?
6. Why does Edmund extend his stay with the Owens in Peterborough?
7. Does Fanny want to return to Mansfield Park?
8. Does Sir Thomas find William to be an engaging guest in his home?
9. How does Fanny learn of Maria and Henry's scandal?
10. Describe Henry's visit with Fanny in Portsmouth.
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