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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 is the name of the street where Fanny, Susan and Henry meet Mr. Price?
2. From whom does Fanny receive a letter from after Henry has proposed to her?
3. Where is Fanny often invited after Maria and Julia leave Mansfield Park?
4. Why is Fanny caught in the rain near the Parsonage after Maria is married?
5. What does Mrs. Grant say will be served at dinner when she invites Fanny to dine with them?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Sir Thomas surprised to discover that Fanny has no fire in her room?
2. Does Sir Thomas find William to be an engaging guest in his home?
3. How does Fanny feel the morning after the ball?
4. How does Fanny learn of Maria and Henry's scandal?
5. How does Mary calm herself after she learns that Edmund will take his orders in a few weeks?
6. Why does Sir Thomas want to hold a ball at Mansfield Park?
7. Does Fanny's place in the household change when Julia and Maria leave for Brighton?
8. Describe Henry's visit with Fanny in Portsmouth.
9. Why does Edmund extend his stay with the Owens in Peterborough?
10. Do Fanny and her mother grow close while Fanny is visiting?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Identify Edmund's early objections to his family performing the play and discuss the way these objections cause a rift between him and Tom. When Edmund changes his mind and decides to perform, what does this tell you about his character? Does he try to justify his decision? How so?
Essay Topic 2
How does Edmund overlook Mary's shortcomings early in their relationship? What does the scandal allow him to fully understand about Mary's true nature? What is he most disappointed about in her character? Provide specific examples to support your answers.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss Tom's role as the oldest son of Sir Thomas. How has being the elder son given Tom the freedom to behave selfishly? In what way does Sir Thomas encourage this behavior? How does his illness change him, and why is his transformation important to Sir Thomas? Provide specific examples to support your ideas.
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