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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After receiving her invitation to Northanger Abbey, what does Catherine hurry back to the Allens' to do?
(a) Write a letter to her parents.
(b) Do an inventory of her dresses.
(c) Pack her belongings.
(d) Write a letter to Eleanor.
2. What do Catherine and the General discuss at dinner?
(a) Henry and his position with the church.
(b) The portraits in the dining room.
(c) The size of dining rooms.
(d) Gothic novels.
3. 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) Isabella is much wealthier than Catherine.
(c) Catherine doesn't believe it their business to talk of Isabella's financial situation.
(d) Catherine does not understand conversations about finances.
4. Where do James and Isabella become engaged?
(a) Beechen Cliff.
5. What do Catherine, Eleanor and the General do on Catherine's first morning at Northanger Abbey?
(a) Play cards.
(b) Go for a carriage ride.
(c) Tour Mrs. Tilney's chambers.
(d) Tour the estate's gardens.
6. In Chapter 26, what does Isabella's letter to Catherine say about Captain Tilney?
(a) Captain Tilney is a saint.
(b) Captain Tilney is a gentleman.
(c) Captain Tilney is a cheat.
(d) Captain Tilney is a scoundrel.
7. In Chapter 17, what does Catherine find herself occasionally fantasizing about?
(a) Being engaged to Henry.
(b) Finding a haunted castle.
(c) Being asked to dance by every man at the ball.
(d) Discovering a hidden passageway.
8. Who had General Tilney hoped to meet in Bath?
(a) The Marquis of Longtown and General Courteney.
(b) His old friends from Oxford.
(c) His brother-in-law.
(d) Lord Dover and his son.
9. Who is said to be sometimes left with no companion at all?
(a) Mrs. Allen.
(c) General Tilney.
10. What does Mrs. Allen regret not being able to send with James back to Fullerton?
(a) A letter for Mrs. Morland.
(b) An account of Catherine's stay in Bath.
(c) Her well wishes for the Morlands.
(d) The scarf she knitted for the youngest Morland.
11. Where does General Tilney suggest the group visit while staying at Northanger Abbey?
(d) A nearby castle.
12. What is Northanger Abbey?
(a) The Allens' estate.
(b) The Tilney's estate.
(c) The Thorpe estate.
(d) A castle outside of Bath.
13. Who tells Eleanor that Catherine cannot join her for their walk?
(a) Isabella Thorpe.
(b) James Morland.
(c) Mrs. Allen.
(d) John Thorpe.
14. Who seems to be always at hand when not wanted?
(c) General Tilney.
(d) The maid.
15. What does Catherine decide to tell James of the letter she receives from Isabella in Chapter 26?
(c) Only that Isabella is well.
(d) Captain Tilney deceived Isabella.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Catherine, Eleanor and Henry go for their walk?
2. What does Henry assure Catherine that his brother Frederick is aware of?
3. How does Catherine find the Tilney family dynamic?
4. At the beginning of Chapter 18, where does Catherine meet Isabella?
5. What does Catherine claim to have just learned to love?
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