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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. How far is Northanger Abbey from Bath?
(a) Twelve miles.
(b) Twenty miles.
(c) Thirty miles.
(d) Seven miles.
2. What do Catherine, Eleanor and the General do on Catherine's first morning at Northanger Abbey?
(a) Play cards.
(b) Tour the estate's gardens.
(c) Go for a carriage ride.
(d) Tour Mrs. Tilney's chambers.
3. What does Isabella beg Catherine to do in her letter in Chapter 26?
(a) To praise her in front of the General.
(b) To burn the letter after reading it.
(c) To intervene with James.
(d) To apologize to James on her behalf.
4. Who does Isabella dance with in spite of her engagement?
(a) General Tilney.
(b) Numerous men.
(c) Henry Tilney.
(d) Captain Tilney.
5. What is Catherine told was the cause of Mrs. Tilney's death?
(b) A broken heart.
(c) Small pox.
(d) A bilious fever.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Northanger Abbey?
2. How does Catherine find the Tilney family dynamic?
3. In Chapter 17, what does Catherine find herself occasionally fantasizing about?
4. While admiring the view, what past-time is a topic of discussion with Catherine and Henry?
5. What does Catherine imagine of Northanger Abbey?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 14, what does Catherine learn of the trip to Clifton?
2. Upon realizing her suspicions of his father, how does Henry attempt to calm Catherine's overactive imagination?
3. How does Isabella justify dancing with Captain Tilney?
4. What does Catherine make of the growing attachment between Isabella and Captain Tilney?
5. Why does Catherine describe General Tilney as 'liberal'?
6. Describe the room that Catherine stays in at Northanger Abbey.
7. Why does Catherine decide to visit Mrs. Tilney's chambers alone?
8. How does Northanger Abbey fail to meet Catherine's expectations?
9. What does Isabella's letter to Catherine say in Chapter 26?
10. Why doesn't Catherine like historical books?
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