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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. Sir Elliot's oldest daughter is which one?
2. Who else does Sir Elliot ask for advice in Chapter 1?
(a) Mr. Raymond
(b) Mr. Shepherd
(c) Mr. Simmons
(d) Mr. Richmond
3. In the end, who actually goes back to Uppercross?
(a) Anne, Mary and Henrietta
(b) Captain Wentworth, Henrietta and Anne
(c) Captain Wentworth, Mary and Henrietta
(d) Captain Wentworth, Anne and Mary
4. Who believes that nursing is work only for women?
(a) Lady Russell
5. How does Charles handle the children?
(a) not as well as Mary does
(b) He plays with them as if he is also a child.
(c) He leaves their bringing up entirely to Mary.
(d) better than Mary does
Short Answer Questions
1. The next day, Anne and who meet again for the first time in years?
2. The group meets which gentlemen on the beach two days after they arrive?
3. Anne believes that which person is Captain Wentworth's favorite?
4. The day before the planned dinner, who has a bad fall?
5. Sir Elliot enjoys reading what sort of book?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 23, as he leaves the gathering, Captain Wentworth does what, with regard to Anne and what is the result?
2. Explain how Anne feels about Lady Russell's view of Mr. Elliot and Mr. Elliot's view of Mrs. Clay.
3. What news does Anne receiv about Captain Benwick, in a letter from Mary and how does it make everyone feel?
4. Explain how Anne recalls her old relationship with Frederick.
5. How does Mr. Elliot react to news of Anne and Frederick's marriage?
6. When Anne and Frederick meet in town on a rainy day, what happens?
7. Why does Sir Elliot choose to rent his house to the person that he chooses?
8. Describe the first applicant to apply to rent Kellynch Hall.
9. What does Sir Elliot think of Elizabeth?
10. Explain what causes Anne to be overjoyed at the concert in Chapter 20.
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