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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 does Henry do when he spots Catherine at the theatre?
2. What does John attempt to sell Henry at the ball in Chapter 10?
(a) A horse.
(b) A carriage.
(c) A set of riding gear.
(d) A set of cufflinks.
3. Who is James Morland?
(a) Catherine's older brother.
(b) Catherine's cousin.
(c) Isabella's fiance.
(d) Catherine's uncle.
4. What does Mrs. Allen ask Catherine to take out of her sleeve?
(a) A pin.
(b) A stray thread.
(c) A feather.
(d) A ribbon.
5. John, James and Isabella arrive at the Allens' with what intention?
(a) To take Catherine to buy a dress.
(b) To take a walk around town.
(c) To take a trip to Claverton Down.
(d) To take Catherine to the pump-room.
Short Answer Questions
1. With but a few exceptions, what is John's opinion of novels?
2. According to Catherine, why should Isabella not persuade her to feel so much for Mr. Tilney?
3. What is the name of the street where Catherine and the Allens stay?
4. What does Isabella look forward to on the trip?
5. Whose idea was it for the Thorpes and Morlands to take a trip out of Bath?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Catherine's feelings as she climbs into the carriage for the trip to Bristol?
2. Why does Catherine leave the dance early?
3. What does the narrator tell the reader about Catherine's character at the start of Chapter 2?
4. What information does Mrs. Allen give Catherine about Henry's mother?
5. How is the character of Mrs. Allen described in Chapter 9?
6. At the beginning of Chapter 11, what is Catherine's main concern and why?
7. Why is Catherine invited to Bath with the Allens?
8. What does Catherine tell Mr. Tilney she does not do, and how does he react?
9. Does Mr. Tilney feel that women are better at writing than men?
10. What misunderstanding does John apparently have of the Morland family?
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