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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 7: pages 160-189.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Pamela learn through a letter from Mr. Williams about the gentry and their attitude toward her situation?
(a) They regret her situation but are unwilling to anger Mr. B by helping her.
(b) They are sorry for her.
(c) They consider her an outsider.
(d) They are willing to help her.
2. As Section 3 begins, what is the reaction of Mr. B's dinner party guests to the rumors about Pamela?
(a) They try to ridicule her for spreading rumors about Mr. B.
(b) They are anxious to see the young woman about whose beauty they have heard.
(c) They want to tease and embarrass her.
(d) They are anxious to see the simple servant about whom everyone is talking.
3. As Pamela discovers her situation with Mrs. Jewkes in Section 5, how does Pamela seek assistance from Mr. Williams?
(a) She meets Mr. Williams at the church and seeks help.
(b) She meets Mr. Williams at the post office and describes her plight.
(c) She asks Mrs. Jewkes to ask him to help her.
(d) She hides a letter to Mr. Williams asking him to help her escape.
4. After Pamela's rejection of Mr. B's proposition, Mr B renews his attempt to take liberties with her, resulting in Pamela's fainting. What new worries face Pamela after this incident?
(a) She worries that she may have given in to him after a drink.
(b) She is afraid of what her parents will think.
(c) She worries that he took advantage of her after she fainted because of his approach to her.
(d) She worries that they will never be able to speak to each other after this.
5. After failing to help Pamela escape, Mr. Williams writes to her introducing a different subject. What is the subject?
(a) He proposes an appeal to Mr. B's sister, Lady Davers.
(b) He proposes a visit to the clergyman.
(c) He proposes marriage.
(d) He wants to take her out of Mr. B's reach.
Short Answer Questions
1. Following the dinner party incidents, what does Mr. B do to Pamela?
2. According to Pamela's father, how important is it for Pamela to maintain her virtue?
3. When given the opportunity to apologize for her insolence and continue working, what does Mrs. Jervis do?
4. Which of the following words best describe the attitude reflected in Mr. B's proposition and in the articles that he presents to Pamela?
5. In her desperation to escape from Lincolnshire, Pamela contemplates suicide but she later decides against it; why?
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