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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mr. Bennet congratulate Elizabeth for when he returns from searching for Lydia?
2. Where does Elizabeth travel to after she leaves Charlotte's house?
3. Why is Elizabeth sad to leave Charlotte?
4. What does Mr. Gardiner do with Mr. Darcy when he visits Pemberley with Elizabeth?
5. Why does Mr. Collins and his wife choose to visit Longbourn after Elizabeth's engagement to Mr. Darcy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Mrs. Bennet continually try to get Mr. Bingley and Jane alone whenever Mr. Bingley comes to call on Jane?
2. What does Mr. Darcy do as he walks with Elizabeth after hearing about her confrontation with Lady Catherine?
3. What is the most shocking part about Lydia and Mr. Wickham running away together?
4. What does Charlotte attribute all of Mr. Darcy's visits to Elizabeth to?
5. What does Lydia do the entire time she is staying at Longbourn after her hasty marriage?
6. Why is Mr. Bennet so amused by Mr. Collins' letter to him congratulating him on Elizabeth's engagement to Mr. Darcy?
7. Who is the first person that Elizabeth tells about Lydia's elopement?
8. Who is Mrs. Forster?
9. What does Elizabeth do to become her mother's favorite daughter?
10. What is the first thing that Mrs. Bennet does the minute she hears that Lydia is to be married?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Lady Catherine DeBourgh and Mrs. Bennet are very similar in nature although very different in many other areas. What are some of these intrinsic differences and similarities, and what message(s) was Austen was trying to send with these two characters?
Essay Topic 2
How do Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy change through the course of the book, and what causes these changes?
Essay Topic 3
Which character did you relate with most in this book? Why is this? How did this character change throughout the book?
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