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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mr. Andrews feel after Pamela tells him all that has transpired leading to the plans for her marriage?
(a) He is happy to be reunited with Pamela but he is eager to return to tell his wife.
(b) He is distressed.
(c) He is still hostile to Mr. B.
(d) He is anxious about her safety.
2. Despite the progression of events and discussions leading towards his marriage to Pamela, what lingering concern regarding Mr. Williams does Mr. B express to Pamela?
(a) She might have damaged her reputation with him.
(b) Mr. Williams might accuse Pamela of causing his troubles.
(c) She might have done something to encourage his proposal.
(d) Mr. Williams might accuse Mr. B of causing his troubles.
3. How are Pamela's parents treated upon Mr. B's return to Bedfordshire?
(a) He arranges a stipend for them.
(b) He toasts them and suggests to Mr. Longman that they manage his Kentish estate.
(c) He arranges for them to live there.
(d) He arranges a position in the church for Mr. Andrews and invites Mrs. Andrews to spend her spare time with Pamela.
4. How does Pamela celebrate her marriage when she returns to Bedfordshire?
(a) She gives the servants monetary gifts.
(b) She buys new clothes.
(c) She presents herself to the gentry.
(d) She gets involved with the church.
5. After her marriage, how does the author provide humor when Pamela tries to write Mrs. Jervis about her reinstatement?
(a) He makes humorous comments about the gentry.
(b) He refers to Mr. B making jokes with Pamela.
(c) He makes humorous comments about the servants.
(d) He refers to Pamela not knowing how to sign her new name.
6. Why is it useful for the author to bring Pamela back to Bedfordshire after her marriage?
(a) To create contrast and irony as the change in Pamela's circumstances taking her where her troubles began.
(b) To show Mr. B's servants how he has changed.
(c) To show the Bedfordshire gentry how Pamela has prevailed over her troubles.
(d) To show the servants that she overcame her troubles.
7. During an airing in the chariot, what impresses Pamela about Mr. B?
(a) His provisions to take care of her parents.
(b) His attentiveness to her.
(c) His discussion of English authors.
(d) His willingness to reinstate Mrs. Jervis.
8. 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 sew, knit and cook.
(b) She will spend her time with the Church.
(c) She says she will do accounting and cooking, play cards, read, write and remember her duty to God.
(d) She will do accounting and social work.
9. 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 retuns them so she can destroy them.
(d) He promises to store them safely.
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.
(c) Mrs. Jewkes.
11. Because the author treats the actual wedding in such an incidental way, this event could be described as a let-down or disappointment to readers expecting a big event. Which of the following terms would best describe such a let-down or disappointment?
(a) Turning point.
(b) Falling action.
12. After Mr. B examines and comments on Pamela's papers during their encounter in the garden, how does the incident end?
(a) Mr. B discovers the true virtue of Pamela and apologizes for everything.
(b) Pamela sees a change in him and allows him to kiss her.
(c) Mr. B offers to kiss Pamela but she recalls the sham marriage plan and rejects him, leading to his anger.
(d) Mrs. Jewkes turns up just as they are about to kiss.
13. 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) She chooses Wednesday because of her birthday.
(c) Her birthday and her parents' anniversary were on Thursday.
(d) She chooses Tuesday because her parents were married on that day.
14. When Mr. B informs Mrs. Jewkes about his imminent marriage to Pamela, what is Mrs. Jewkes' main worry?
(a) That Mr. B will resent the role she played against Pamela.
(b) That Pamela will give her a lowly position in the household.
(c) That as her mistress, Pamela will be in a position to take revenge against Mrs. Jewkes who treated her very badly.
(d) That Pamela will dismiss her.
15. After returning to Mr. B at Lincolnshire, what happens when Pamela visits Mr. B at the beginning of Section 9?
(a) He is still uncertain and asks for more time.
(b) He is happy and asks Pamela to set the date for the marrriage.
(c) He is happy and asks for forgiveness.
(d) He is happy with her but asks that she does not see Mr. Williams.
Short Answer Questions
1. As a result of the altercation with Lady Davers, Pamela is late to meet Mr. B at tea with Mr. Simons. How does Mr. B react when Pamela arrives late?
2. How does Mr. B occupy himself in the days after he and Pamela return to Bedfordshire?
3. How does Lady Davers attempt to spoil the relationship between Pamela and Mr. B after she learns of the marriage?
4. How does Mr. B try to convince Pamela that he will be faithful and true?
5. At the beginning of Section 10 when everyone becomes interested in seeing Pamela, which members of the gentry visit Pamela and Mr. B?
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