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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the discussion of the incident involving Lady Davers and Pamela, how do the guests of Sir Simon pass the time?
(a) Playing cards and dancing.
(b) Socializing and eating.
(c) Eating and Drinking.
(d) Eating, drinking, and reading poetry.
2. After Pamela brings Mr. Andrews up-to-date about the events and plans for her marriage, what does Mr. Andrews do with Pamela's letters?
(a) He returns them to her and she gives them to Mr. B.
(b) He promises to destroy them.
(c) He promises to store them safely.
(d) He retuns them so she can destroy them.
3. How are Pamela's parents treated upon Mr. B's return to Bedfordshire?
(a) He arranges a position in the church for Mr. Andrews and invites Mrs. Andrews to spend her spare time with Pamela.
(b) He arranges a stipend for them.
(c) He arranges for them to live there.
(d) He toasts them and suggests to Mr. Longman that they manage his Kentish estate.
4. What concern has brought Pamela's father to visit in Section 10?
(a) That she has been betrayed.
(b) That she is in danger with Mr. B.
(c) That she will not be able to fit in.
(d) That Mr. B will not follow through with the plan to marry her.
5. When Mr. B asks Pamela to make the final decision concerning the day for their marriage, what influences her to choose the day that she chooses?
(a) She chooses Friday because of Mr. B's birthday.
(b) Her birthday and her parents' anniversary were on Thursday.
(c) She chooses Wednesday because of her birthday.
(d) She chooses Tuesday because her parents were married on that day.
6. When Pamela stops at an inn on her way to her parents' home, she receives a letter from Mr. B. What important information does this letter contain?
(a) That he does not understand why his feelings for her are so complicated.
(b) That he has read Pamela's journal and is touched by her concern when he nearly drowned despite the hardships he has put her through.
(c) That he needs time to sort out his feelings.
(d) That he can no longer be in contact with her.
7. As Mr. B and Pamela contemplate marriage and continue to discuss details concerning their situation, what does Pamela worry about?
(a) That Lady Davers will be hostile to her.
(b) That Mr. B is simply trying another way to destroy her virtue.
(c) That Mr. B might turn against her once more.
(d) That people will be rude to Mr. B for marrying below his station.
8. What is Pamela's state of mind at the end of the section in which she marries Mr. B and he displays his love and generosity?
(a) She is happy but wonders if it will last.
(b) She is very happy with nothing left to wish for except her husband's life, health, honor and happiness.
(c) She is happy but sometimes remembers her past trials.
(d) She is happy but longs for her parents to be near her.
9. When Mr. B informs Mrs. Jewkes about his imminent marriage to Pamela, what is Mrs. Jewkes' main worry?
(a) That Pamela will give her a lowly position in the household.
(b) That Pamela will dismiss her.
(c) That as her mistress, Pamela will be in a position to take revenge against Mrs. Jewkes who treated her very badly.
(d) That Mr. B will resent the role she played against Pamela.
10. As the marriage between Mr. B and Pamela looms and then becomes reality, which character continues to worry that Pamela will treat him / her badly because of past wrongs done to Pamela?
(a) Mr. B.
(b) Lady Davers.
(d) Mrs. Jewkes.
11. When Mr. B asks Pamela what she will do if she is unable to interact with other ladies after they are married, how does Pamela respond?
(a) She will do accounting and social work.
(b) She says she will do accounting and cooking, play cards, read, write and remember her duty to God.
(c) She will sew, knit and cook.
(d) She will spend her time with the Church.
12. In the series of confrontations that occur with Lady Davers because of her reaction to Pamela's marriage, what important attitude does Mr. B display that will be necessary in a marriage to someone with Pamela's background?
(a) He does not allow his wife to get into such arguments.
(b) He protects his wife from criticism.
(c) He does not tolerate disrespect to his wife.
(d) He tries to keep the peace.
13. Which of the following terms best describes the section of the novel that occurs when Mr. B declares his love for Pamela and his desire to marry her?
(a) Climax or turning point.
(b) Falling action.
(c) Rising action.
14. What causes the first confrontation between Pamela and Lady Davers, when Lady Davers arrives?
(a) Lady Davers accuses Pamela of having lost her virtue because she refuses to believe they are married.
(b) Lady Davers accuses Pamela of wanting Mr. B's money.
(c) Pamela accuses Lady Davers of arriving without warning.
(d) Lady davers calls Pamela a "wanton hussey".
15. As Mr B. and Pamela settle down into marriage and Mr. B makes various business arrangements, what news does Mr. B give Pamela that makes her exceptionally happy?
(a) He plans to move her parents in with them.
(b) He plans to get her a guide to help her deal with all the social responsibilities.
(c) He plans to get her a position with the church.
(d) He plans to place her parents at his Kentish estate and to give her money for charity.
Short Answer Questions
1. During an airing in the chariot, what impresses Pamela about Mr. B?
2. After Mr. B examines and comments on Pamela's papers during their encounter in the garden, how does the incident end?
3. Following the tea at Sir Simon's what happens when Mr. B and Pamela return home?
4. According to Mr. B, how would a sham marriage have worked against him?
5. How does Mr. B occupy himself in the days after he and Pamela return to Bedfordshire?
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