Prelude and Chapters 1-3
1. In the Prelude, the author describes the life of what saint?
(a) Saint Mary.
(b) Saint Christopher.
(c) Saint Theresa.
(d) Saint John.
2. What is the relationship between Edward Casaubon and Dorothea Brooke?
(a) Husband and wife.
(b) Uncle and niece.
(c) Father and daughter.
3. What relation is Celia to Dorothea?
4. Why does Sir James Chettam come to the dinner party at Tipton Grange?
(a) To court Dorothea.
(b) To discuss business with Mr. Brooke.
(c) To steal from the Brookes.
(d) To court Celia.
5. What does Sir Chettam offer to Dorothea as a gift?
(a) A Maltese puppy.
(b) A box of chocolates.
(c) A silk scarf.
(d) A diamond ring.
6. In the opening chapters, what is Dorothea's charitable project?
(a) Raising money for hospitals.
(b) Volunteering at an orphanage.
(c) Designing cottages for the poor.
(d) Tutoring schoolchildren.
7. In the beginning of Chapter 4, from where are Dorothea and Celia returning?
(a) A visit to Edward Casaubon's estate.
(b) The market.
(c) A visit to Sir Chettam's estate.
(d) The bank.
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