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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who do the Allen's warn Catherine to distance herself from?
(a) Mrs. Hughes.
(b) John Thorpe.
(c) Eleanor Tilney.
(d) Henry Tilney.
2. How long will it be before James is financially able to marry?
(a) Six months.
(b) Five years.
(c) Between two and three years.
(d) At least a year.
3. What does Henry assure Catherine that his brother Frederick is aware of?
(a) James' inability to marry for two to three years.
(b) Isabella's feelings for him.
(c) Catherine's feelings for Henry.
(d) Isabella's engagement.
4. Who is said to be sometimes left with no companion at all?
(a) Mrs. Allen.
(d) General Tilney.
5. What news does Catherine receive in her letter from James?
(a) That Mrs. Morland is pregnant.
(b) That James is gravely ill.
(c) That the engagement between James and Isabella is over.
(d) That James and Isabella are married.
6. What do Catherine and Henry discuss on the walk?
(c) The Monarchy.
7. By how long do the Allens extend their stay in Bath?
(a) A month.
(b) A week.
(c) A fortnight.
(d) Six weeks.
8. Why does the General scold Eleanor at dinner?
(a) Eleanor rushed Catherine to come to dinner.
(b) Eleanor did not dress appropriately.
(c) Eleanor forgot to inform Catherine of the dinner time.
(d) Eleanor did not pray before eating.
9. What do Henry and Eleanor doubt that General Tilney will allow?
(a) Dinner outdoors.
(b) A day trip to Bath.
(c) Captain Tilney's marriage to Isabella.
(d) Henry's marriage to Catherine.
10. 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?
(a) The room smelled strange.
(b) The room was too bright.
(c) Catherine was too restless.
(d) The housemaids were within.
11. What reassures Catherine of General Tilney's good intentions of her?
(a) His fondness of gift-giving.
(b) General Tilney repeatedly refers to Catherine as family.
(c) His opinion that Catherine would make a wonderful wife.
(d) His constant attention and kindness.
12. Where do Catherine, Eleanor and Henry go for their walk?
(d) Beechen Cliff.
13. What is Catherine told was the cause of Mrs. Tilney's death?
(a) A broken heart.
(b) Small pox.
(c) A bilious fever.
14. What does Catherine believe is the "wickedest thing in existence"?
(a) To marry for money.
(b) To marry without fortune.
(c) To never marry.
(d) To never be loved.
15. What wakes Catherine after her first night at Northanger Abbey?
(a) A bird in the window.
(b) The housemaid opening her window shutters.
(c) General Tilney yelling at a servant.
(d) Eleanor knocking at the door.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who seems to be always at hand when not wanted?
2. While admiring the view, what past-time is a topic of discussion with Catherine and Henry?
3. Why does Isabella fear she will not be accepted by John's parents?
4. What does Isabella say will be impossible at the evening festivities?
5. What does Mrs. Allen regret not being able to send with James back to Fullerton?
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