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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Catherine imagine of Northanger Abbey?
(a) That it must be fashionably furnished.
(b) That it must be in poor condition.
(c) That it must be haunted.
(d) That it must be like a Gothic castle.
2. Who does Catherine find alone in the breakfast parlor?
(a) General Tilney.
(d) A servant.
3. Where do James and Isabella become engaged?
(a) Beechen Cliff.
4. What old song does John mention to Catherine?
(a) "I'll Marry you and be Merry".
(b) "Sisters and Brothers, Marry You Off!"
(c) "Let us Marry One and All".
(d) "Going to One Wedding Brings on Another".
5. While admiring the view, what past-time is a topic of discussion with Catherine and Henry?
6. What do Catherine and Henry discuss on the walk?
(a) The Monarchy.
7. What about Mrs. Tilney's portrait surprised Catherine?
(a) Mrs. Tilney was extremely fair.
(b) The portrait was quite abstract.
(c) The portrait was in excellent condition.
(d) She cannot immediately see a resemblance in her children.
8. What does Mrs. Allen regret not being able to send with James back to Fullerton?
(a) An account of Catherine's stay in Bath.
(b) The scarf she knitted for the youngest Morland.
(c) A letter for Mrs. Morland.
(d) Her well wishes for the Morlands.
9. How does Catherine interpret the letter she receives from Isabella in Chapter 26?
(a) As pathetic and sad.
(b) As insincere and mean-spirited.
(c) As sincere and apologetic.
(d) As grasping and self-serving.
10. After Catherine's departure, how much longer will the Allens stay in Bath?
(a) One week.
(b) A fortnight.
(c) A month or so.
(d) A couple of days.
11. How does Catherine find the Tilney family dynamic?
12. What is Northanger Abbey?
(a) The Thorpe estate.
(b) The Allens' estate.
(c) The Tilney's estate.
(d) A castle outside of Bath.
13. What does Henry assure Catherine that his brother Frederick is aware of?
(a) Catherine's feelings for Henry.
(b) Isabella's feelings for him.
(c) James' inability to marry for two to three years.
(d) Isabella's engagement.
14. Why does Catherine become troubled when Henry and Eleanor begin to talk of Isabella and finances?
(a) Catherine doesn't believe it their business to talk of Isabella's financial situation.
(b) Catherine does not understand conversations about finances.
(c) Isabella is much wealthier than Catherine.
(d) Catherine's family is not much better-off than Isabella's.
15. What does Isabella say of James in her letter to Catherine in Chapter 26?
(a) James is the victim of a serious misunderstanding.
(b) James should forget their union immediately.
(c) James must forgive her for her indiscretions.
(d) James has too soft a heart.
Short Answer Questions
1. Besides Henry Tilney, what is Catherine's passion?
2. Who discovers Catherine in Mrs. Tilney's chambers?
3. When Catherine retires to her room at Northanger Abbey to consider the news from James, why does she feel obliged to immediately leave it again?
4. What topic does Catherine say she is not interested in reading about?
5. How does General Tilney make Catherine feel uncomfortable?
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