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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is General Tilney's reported opinion of Catherine?
(a) That she is a fine companion for his daughter.
(b) That her appearance is lacking.
(c) That she should keep her distance from his son.
(d) That she is the finest girl in Bath.
2. How do James and John know each other?
(a) They attend school together.
(b) They are childhood friends.
(c) They have a mutual friend in Bath.
(d) They met recently at a ball.
3. Why is the trip to Bristol called off?
(a) It is too late in the day to continue on.
(b) The road is blocked by sheep.
(c) The weather turns violent.
(d) The group gets lost.
4. How does John's horse lead the carriage?
(a) In a meandering way.
(b) Roughly with great speed.
(c) Quietly and calmly.
(d) Exceedingly slowly.
5. How does Catherine react when she spots Mr. Tilney at the dance?
(a) Catherine hides.
(b) Catherine pretends not to notice him.
(c) Catherine runs to him.
(d) Catherine smiles and blushes.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many children do Catherine's parents have?
2. What separates Catherine and Isabella for a time at the ball?
3. What part of Udolpho does Catherine read to before meeting Isabella in Chapter 6?
4. With but a few exceptions, what is John's opinion of novels?
5. Who does Catherine see speaking with General Tilney?
Short Essay Questions
1. Does Mr. Tilney feel that women are better at writing than men?
2. How do Isabella and James know each other?
3. Describe Catherine at the age of seventeen.
4. How does Isabella already know of Catherine?
5. What misunderstanding does John apparently have of the Morland family?
6. What does Catherine tell Mr. Tilney she does not do, and how does he react?
7. How did Catherine's family act on the day of her departure?
8. What are Catherine's feelings as she climbs into the carriage for the trip to Bristol?
9. As Catherine is leaving Bath in John's carriage, what happens when she spots the Tilneys in the street?
10. How does Henry support his suggestion that a country-dance is like a marriage?
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