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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Catherine see in front of the Tilney pew at church?
(a) A bouquet of black roses.
(b) A statue of a Tilney ancestor.
(c) A plaque acknowledging General Tilney's patronage.
(d) A monument to the memory of Mrs. Tilney.
2. What does Catherine claim to have just learned to love?
(a) Long walks.
(b) Gothic novels.
3. How do General Tilney's children act in his presence?
(a) They are loving.
(b) They are modest.
(c) They are quiet.
(d) They are flamboyant.
4. What is Catherine's reaction to the news conveyed in the letter from James?
(a) Catherine is moved to tears.
(b) Catherine has no reaction.
(c) Catherine is surprised.
(d) Catherine is confused.
5. Who seems to be always at hand when not wanted?
(a) The maid.
(d) General Tilney.
6. What does Mrs. Allen regret not being able to send with James back to Fullerton?
(a) Her well wishes for the Morlands.
(b) A letter for Mrs. Morland.
(c) The scarf she knitted for the youngest Morland.
(d) An account of Catherine's stay in Bath.
7. What does Isabella's letter from John state within?
(a) That John will be returning in a month's time.
(b) That John intends to ask for Catherine's hand in marriage.
(c) That John will remain in London indefinitely.
(d) That John has married an acquaintance from London.
8. In Chapter 26, what does Isabella's letter to Catherine say about Captain Tilney?
(a) Captain Tilney is a gentleman.
(b) Captain Tilney is a scoundrel.
(c) Captain Tilney is a saint.
(d) Captain Tilney is a cheat.
9. How does Catherine find the Tilney family dynamic?
10. What was Isabella's first impression of John?
(a) She thought him lively.
(b) She thought him handsome.
(c) She thought him impertinent.
(d) She thought him clever.
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. What does Isabella beg Catherine to do in her letter in Chapter 26?
(a) To apologize to James on her behalf.
(b) To intervene with James.
(c) To praise her in front of the General.
(d) To burn the letter after reading it.
13. Who does Catherine find alone in the breakfast parlor?
(a) General Tilney.
(c) A servant.
14. What surprises Catherine about Mrs. Tilney's chambers?
(a) How tidy they are.
(b) How messy they are.
(c) How ordinary they are.
(d) How vibrant they are.
15. Why does Catherine become troubled when Henry and Eleanor begin to talk of Isabella and finances?
(a) Catherine's family is not much better-off than Isabella's.
(b) Catherine does not understand conversations about finances.
(c) Catherine doesn't believe it their business to talk of Isabella's financial situation.
(d) Isabella is much wealthier than Catherine.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Catherine reveals her suspicions of General Tilney, how is Henry's behavior towards her different at dinner?
2. How long will it be before James is financially able to marry?
3. At the beginning of Chapter 18, where does Catherine meet Isabella?
4. What does Catherine decide to tell James of the letter she receives from Isabella in Chapter 26?
5. What do Catherine, Eleanor and the General do on Catherine's first morning at Northanger Abbey?
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