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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. After the altercation between Mr. B and Lady Davers escalates, what finally causes the reconciliation between them?
(a) Mrs. Jervis intervenes and guides and encourages Mr. B to forgive his sister.
(b) As he sees the two women reconcile, Mr. B is pleased and salutes them both.
(c) Sir Simon appeals to Mr. B to forgive his sister.
(d) Sir Simon appeals to Lady Davers to forgive her brother.
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) Mr. Williams might accuse Mr. B of causing his troubles.
(b) Mr. Williams might accuse Pamela of causing his troubles.
(c) She might have done something to encourage his proposal.
(d) She might have damaged her reputation with him.
3. Which of the following phrases best reflects the theme of the section of the novel in which Mr. B and Lady Davers have their confrontation and then overcome their disagreement?
(c) Conflict and Reconciliation.
4. On the eve of Pamela's departure from Lincolnshire, what specific agreement is reached between Pamela and Miss Darnford?
(a) They agree to visit each other.
(b) They agree to correspond with each other.
(c) They agree to take holidays together.
(d) They agree to visit Lady Davers together.
5. After Lady Davers makes her revelation and Mr. B storms out in anger, what appeal does Lady Davers make to Pamela?
(a) She asks Pamela to go away and allow Mr. B to forget this mistake he has made by marrying her.
(b) She asks Pamela to leave Mr. B with Lady Davers so she can try to make amends for her behavior.
(c) She asks Pamela to be her advocate as she tries to apologize to Mr. B.
(d) She asks Pamela to appeal to Mr. B to forgive her.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. How does Mr. B react when he hears that the reason for Pamela's late arrival at tea is the behavior of Lady Davers?
3. Which of the following literary devices is used by the author when he creates a situation in which Mrs. Jewkes is to become Pamela's servant, following Mrs. Jewkes' evil treatment of Pamela?
4. What concern has brought Pamela's father to visit in Section 10?
5. When Pamela becomes aware of this source of opposition to her marriage, why is she very worried?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the author's decision to return Pamela to Bedfordshire for the end of the story?
2. After Lady Davers reveals the important facts about Mr. B's past and Mr. B orders the chariot and leaves, What events cause a turn in the hostility between the siblings?
3. In Section 14, following their departure from the gentry in Lincolnshire, what events follow the return of Pamela and Mr. B to the estate in Bedfordshire?
4. In Section 8, how do the events involving news of a sham marriage and Pamela's departure from Lincolnshire lead to changes in the emotions of both Mr. B and Pamela?
5. What incident occurs in Section 12 that fulfills the reader's expectation of trouble from Lady Davers?
6. As the newly married couple settle down in Bedforshire, how does the author demonstrate Pamela's adjustment to her new way of life?
7. On the night and day following her wedding, how does Pamela feel about the events that occur?
8. How is irony demonstrated in Mrs. Jewkes reaction to the news that Pamela will soon be her mistress?
9. After being abused by Lady Davers, what happens when Pamela eventually arrives at Sir Simon's to meet Mr. B?
10. What is achieved by the author causing Lady Davers to oppose the relationship between Pamela and Mr. B when she visits them in Lincolnshire.
This section contains 1,684 words
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