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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What surprises Catherine about Mrs. Tilney's chambers?
(a) How vibrant they are.
(b) How messy they are.
(c) How tidy they are.
(d) How ordinary they are.
2. After receiving her invitation to Northanger Abbey, what does Catherine hurry back to the Allens' to do?
(a) Write a letter to Eleanor.
(b) Write a letter to her parents.
(c) Do an inventory of her dresses.
(d) Pack her belongings.
3. What do Catherine and Henry discuss on the walk?
(a) The Monarchy.
4. What about Mrs. Tilney's portrait surprised Catherine?
(a) Mrs. Tilney was extremely fair.
(b) She cannot immediately see a resemblance in her children.
(c) The portrait was quite abstract.
(d) The portrait was in excellent condition.
5. How far is Northanger Abbey from Bath?
(a) Thirty miles.
(b) Twenty miles.
(c) Seven miles.
(d) Twelve miles.
6. What does Isabella say of James in her letter to Catherine in Chapter 26?
(a) James should forget their union immediately.
(b) James has too soft a heart.
(c) James is the victim of a serious misunderstanding.
(d) James must forgive her for her indiscretions.
7. After the suspicions she had of General Tilney are revealed, what does Catherine fear?
(a) That Henry must despise her.
(b) That Henry is lying.
(c) That Eleanor will avoid her.
(d) That General Tilney will seek revenge.
8. How does General Tilney make Catherine feel uncomfortable?
(a) He is too touchy feely.
(b) He talks about money far too much.
(c) He has poor dinner table manners.
(d) He is overly attentive.
9. What does Catherine find in her room at Northanger Abbey?
(a) A large chest.
(b) A lock of hair.
(c) An old love letter.
(d) A novel she has not yet read.
10. Who does Catherine find alone in the breakfast parlor?
(c) A servant.
(d) General Tilney.
11. Where does General Tilney suggest the group visit while staying at Northanger Abbey?
(d) A nearby castle.
12. Why does Catherine become troubled when Henry and Eleanor begin to talk of Isabella and finances?
(a) Isabella is much wealthier than Catherine.
(b) Catherine's family is not much better-off than Isabella's.
(c) Catherine does not understand conversations about finances.
(d) Catherine doesn't believe it their business to talk of Isabella's financial situation.
13. Besides Henry Tilney, what is Catherine's passion?
(b) Ancient edifices.
14. What reassures Catherine of General Tilney's good intentions of her?
(a) His constant attention and kindness.
(b) His opinion that Catherine would make a wonderful wife.
(c) General Tilney repeatedly refers to Catherine as family.
(d) His fondness of gift-giving.
15. What do Henry and Eleanor doubt that General Tilney will allow?
(a) A day trip to Bath.
(b) Henry's marriage to Catherine.
(c) Captain Tilney's marriage to Isabella.
(d) Dinner outdoors.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Catherine, Eleanor and Henry go for their walk?
2. How do General Tilney's children act in his presence?
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. Why does Isabella fear she will not be accepted by John's parents?
5. In Chapter 17, what does Catherine find herself occasionally fantasizing about?
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