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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sir Thomas offer to Fanny that Mrs. Norris finds objectionable in Chapter 23?
2. What do Fanny and William say they would like to drink when they arrive at their parents' house?
3. How does Sir Thomas react when Fanny tells him she does not want to marry Henry?
4. What does Mr. Price offer to give Henry a tour of?
5. How is it that William gets a leave of absence to visit Fanny in Chapter 24?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Fanny plan to go to Portsmouth?
2. Why does Sir Thomas want to hold a ball at Mansfield Park?
3. Describe Henry's visit with Fanny in Portsmouth.
4. Why does Edmund extend his stay with the Owens in Peterborough?
5. Do Fanny and her mother grow close while Fanny is visiting?
6. Is Fanny welcomed when she returns home to her family?
7. What happens when Tom goes to London?
8. Does Fanny want to return to Mansfield Park?
9. Is Sir Thomas surprised to discover that Fanny has no fire in her room?
10. What is Maria's response when Sir Thomas offers her the option of breaking her engagement?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Fanny is frightened of Sir Thomas when she first arrives at Mansfield Park. What scares her about her uncle? How does their relationship change when Sir Thomas returns from Antigua? What actions does Sir Thomas take to indicate his acceptance of and high regard for Fanny?
Essay Topic 2
When Fanny visits her family in Portsmouth, what does she discover about them? How does she feel about living in her family's home? Does she appreciate more fully her life at Mansfield Park? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
What does Mansfield Park symbolize to Fanny? What does it represent to her when she first arrives? How do her feelings about it change as the novel progresses? Provide textual examples to support your opinions.
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