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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 Catherine claim to have just learned to love?
(b) Long walks.
(c) Gothic novels.
2. On Catherine's first night at Northanger Abbey, what is the weather like?
(a) Cold and breezy.
(b) Stormy and windy.
3. What was Isabella's first impression of John?
(a) She thought him lively.
(b) She thought him impertinent.
(c) She thought him handsome.
(d) She thought him clever.
4. What surprises Catherine about Mrs. Tilney's chambers?
(a) How ordinary they are.
(b) How tidy they are.
(c) How messy they are.
(d) How vibrant they are.
5. How does General Tilney make Catherine feel uncomfortable?
(a) He has poor dinner table manners.
(b) He talks about money far too much.
(c) He is too touchy feely.
(d) He is overly attentive.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do General Tilney's children act in his presence?
2. What is Catherine told was the cause of Mrs. Tilney's death?
3. Who had General Tilney hoped to meet in Bath?
4. How long will it be before James is financially able to marry?
5. What does Mrs. Allen regret not being able to send with James back to Fullerton?
Short Essay Questions
1. Upon realizing her suspicions of his father, how does Henry attempt to calm Catherine's overactive imagination?
2. Why was Mrs. Allen not happy at the news of James' engagement and return to Fullerton?
3. Why does Henry believe a liking for flowers is healthy for women?
4. What does Isabella's letter to Catherine say in Chapter 26?
5. Upon touring the interior of the Abbey, what is Catherine's opinion of the formal drawing-room?
6. At the end of Chapter 14, what does Catherine learn of the trip to Clifton?
7. What does Catherine make of the growing attachment between Isabella and Captain Tilney?
8. How does General Tilney treat Catherine on their first meeting?
9. What were the circumstances of Mrs. Tilney's death?
10. Why doesn't Catherine like historical books?
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