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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 tell Elizabeth repeatedly when she arrives at Longbourn?
2. What is so strange about Lady Catherine's surprise visit to Elizabeth?
3. How many times does Elizabeth read her letter from Darcy?
4. Who is Mr. Bennet afraid has paid for Mr. Wickham's gambling debts?
5. Who pleads with Mr. Bennet to not allow Lydia to go to Brighton for the summer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the most shocking part about Lydia and Mr. Wickham running away together?
2. What reason did Mr. Darcy give Mr. Gardiner for insisting on financing the marriage between Mr. Wickham and Lydia?
3. Who does Elizabeth keep running into on her rambles through Rosings Park?
4. Who is the only person Elizabeth tells about her proposal from Mr. Darcy?
5. How does Mr. Darcy begin his first proposal to Elizabeth?
6. Why do Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth not speak to each other when he comes to dine at Longbourn after Lydia's marriage?
7. What does Caroline start to do the moment that Elizabeth leaves Pemberley after returning Georgiana's visit to her?
8. What does Mr. Collins express in his letter to Mr. Bennet after he hears about Lydia's elopement?
9. What does Lydia do the entire time she is staying at Longbourn after her hasty marriage?
10. Who does Elizabeth have to constantly send more money to after she and Mr. Darcy are married?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Fear is a common theme in this book and is presented a variety of times by a number of characters. What are some of these instances, and how does fear affect the characters in the book?
Essay Topic 2
Jealousy is an emotion that reared it's ugly head a number of times in this book. Which characters evoked this emotion, and how did they respond to their jealous tendencies? How did these instances affect the plot of the book?
Essay Topic 3
The concept of marrying well was a very intense responsibility in the times of this book. Where did this theme of marrying well take place in this book, and how did it affect some of the characters involved?
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