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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. About what does Mr. B write to Pamela while she is waiting to go home in Section 5?
(a) He writes begging Pamela to see him.
(b) He tells her to be careful of the clergyman.
(c) He tells her he is sorry for his poor behavior.
(d) He tells her to pay attention to the guidance of Mrs. Jewkes.

2. How does Pamela respond to being let down by Mr. Williams?
(a) She forgives him.
(b) She refuses to speak with him.
(c) She forbids him to see her.
(d) Pamela writes him, chiding him for his openness.

3. How does Mr. B react to Pamela after she responds to his proposition and the articles he proposed in it?
(a) He goes away and discontinues the discussion.
(b) He pledges to improve his offer because he cannot live without her.
(c) He makes the amendments she requests.
(d) He withdraws the articles and proposes marriage.

4. Throughout Section 5, when Pamela's movements are restricted and monitored, which character is Mr. B's chief ally?
(a) Mrs. Jervis.
(b) Lady Davers.
(c) Mr. Williams.
(d) Mrs. Jewkes.

5. Faced with the realization that she is worried about Mr. B's condition, what concern does Pamela have about her response?
(a) She fears that she has feelings for him.
(b) She fears that Mr. B will use this against her.
(c) She wonders why she cannot hate him.
(d) She is annoyed with herself.

Short Answer Questions

1. What reason does Mr. B give for agreeing to let Pamela go home after this incident?

2. 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?

3. At the end of Section 2, what is the reaction of the other servants to Pamela's departure from Mr. B's estate?

4. In the preface to the novel, what phrase is used to describe the category to which it belongs?

5. While becoming more restricted by Mrs. Jewkes at Lincolnshire, how does Pamela try to get help?

Short Essay Questions

1. What complications does Mr. B design in order to keep Pamela under his control after she leaves his estate?

2. How is the foundation of Pamela's virtue established and reinforced in Section 2 when questions arise about Mr. B's intentions towards her?

3. How does Mr. B intensify his advances toward Pamela after the argument at the party?

4. What character traits of Mrs. Jewkes are revealed in Section 5 as she acts as Mr. B's ally?

5. What other warnings do Pamela's parents give her at the beginning of the novel?

6. How does the tension between Mr B and Pamela escalate as Section 4 of the novel is completed?

7. In Section 6, how does Pamela reveal that she has conflicting emotions about Mr. B?

8. What is the significance of the dinner party about which Pamela writes her parents?

9. In Section 3 of the novel when Mr. B intensifies his advances toward Pamela in an incident that involves Mrs. Jervis, what significant outcome results?

10. What role does Mrs. Jervis play in the beginning of the story?

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