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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At night, what piece of furniture does Catherine notice in her room in Northanger Abbey?
(a) An chest of drawers.
(b) A chair.
(c) A trunk.
(d) A cabinet.
2. What does Catherine believe is the "wickedest thing in existence"?
(a) To marry without fortune.
(b) To never marry.
(c) To marry for money.
(d) To never be loved.
3. What old song does John mention to Catherine?
(a) "Let us Marry One and All".
(b) "I'll Marry you and be Merry".
(c) "Going to One Wedding Brings on Another".
(d) "Sisters and Brothers, Marry You Off!"
4. What does Catherine claim to have just learned to love?
(b) Gothic novels.
(c) Long walks.
5. After receiving her invitation to Northanger Abbey, what does Catherine hurry back to the Allens' to do?
(a) Write a letter to Eleanor.
(b) Do an inventory of her dresses.
(c) Write a letter to her parents.
(d) Pack her belongings.
6. By how long do the Allens extend their stay in Bath?
(a) A fortnight.
(b) A month.
(c) Six weeks.
(d) A week.
7. What collection of documents does Catherine find in her room at Northanger Abbey?
(a) An old manuscript.
(b) Old love letters.
(c) A letter of recommendation.
(d) Old domestic bills.
8. What does Catherine find in her room at Northanger Abbey?
(a) A novel she has not yet read.
(b) A lock of hair.
(c) A large chest.
(d) An old love letter.
9. 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 doesn't believe it their business to talk of Isabella's financial situation.
(c) Catherine's family is not much better-off than Isabella's.
(d) Catherine does not understand conversations about finances.
10. Where does Catherine refuse to go at the beginning of Chapter 13?
(b) Northanger Abbey.
11. Who do the Allen's warn Catherine to distance herself from?
(a) Henry Tilney.
(b) Mrs. Hughes.
(c) John Thorpe.
(d) Eleanor Tilney.
12. Who seems to be always at hand when not wanted?
(b) General Tilney.
(c) The maid.
13. What does Isabella's letter from John state within?
(a) That John intends to ask for Catherine's hand in marriage.
(b) That John has married an acquaintance from London.
(c) That John will be returning in a month's time.
(d) That John will remain in London indefinitely.
14. What does Isabella say of James in her letter to Catherine in Chapter 26?
(a) James should forget their union immediately.
(b) James is the victim of a serious misunderstanding.
(c) James has too soft a heart.
(d) James must forgive her for her indiscretions.
15. What news does Catherine receive in her letter from James?
(a) That James is gravely ill.
(b) That Mrs. Morland is pregnant.
(c) That James and Isabella are married.
(d) That the engagement between James and Isabella is over.
Short Answer Questions
1. What arrives for Catherine at the beginning of Chapter 15?
2. What time of day does Catherine leave Northanger Abbey?
3. How does Catherine interpret the letter she receives from Isabella in Chapter 26?
4. Where does General Tilney suggest the group visit while staying at Northanger Abbey?
5. How is Captain Frederick Tilney described?
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