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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 10: pages 242-274.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. While entertaining his guests who show support for him and Pamela, how does Mr. B show his willingness to accept responsibility for his past wrongs?
(a) He apologizes publicly to Pamela and her family.
(b) He asks for forgiveness for his wrongs against other women.
(c) He acknowledges his faults.
(d) He tells his guests of his past treatment of Pamela, giving her all credit and accepting the discredit.
2. When given the opportunity to apologize for her insolence and continue working, what does Mrs. Jervis do?
(a) She accepts and apologizes.
(b) She promises to think about it.
(c) She refuses because of Mr. B's treatment of Pamela.
(d) She says she will return after Pamela leaves.
3. At the end of Section 7, it is evident that Mr. B has contradictory feelings about Pamela. How does he communicate these feelings to Pamela?
(a) He has already comitted to someone but he cannot do without Pamela.
(b) He cannot marry her but he loves her.
(c) He wants to be with her but his social status forbids this.
(d) He praises Pamela but confesses he cannot stand the thought of marriage nor the thought of her marrying another man.
4. According to Mr. B, how would a sham marriage have worked against him?
(a) He knew he would regret it eventually.
(b) His friend would have revealed the whole scheme.
(c) He would have felt guilty.
(d) Pamela would have been miserable and his children would be illegitimate.
5. Having agreed to Pamela's departure from Bedfordshire, what condition does Mr. B impose?
(a) Her father should come to take her.
(b) No one must accompany her.
(c) She must be taken directly home.
(d) Mrs. Jervis must accompany her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Pamela's worries about Mr. B's safety and about what he might have heard from Mrs. Jewkes about Pamela, suggest that she has mixed feelings about Mr. B even though he has been so brutal to her; which of the following literary devices is exemplified in this situation?
2. What does Pamela learn through a letter from Mr. Williams about the gentry and their attitude toward her situation?
3. After Mr. B examines and comments on Pamela's papers during their encounter in the garden, how does the incident end?
4. In a rare outburst, what name does Pamela call Mr. B's ally in making her life difficult?
5. When Mr. B informs Mrs. Jewkes about his imminent marriage to Pamela, what is Mrs. Jewkes' main worry?
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