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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. Why is Darcy so surprised by what Elizabeth thanks him for on their walk together?
2. Who treats Elizabeth with cool haughtiness when she visits Darcy's sister at Pemberley?
3. Who invites Lydia to go to Brighton for the summer?
4. What is Elizabeth doing when Charlotte and Maria go to town without her?
5. Who found Lydia and Wickham after they had run away from Brighton?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lady Catherine come to Longbourn to speak with Elizabeth?
2. Where does Lydia want her father to take the whole family to spend the summer?
3. What did Mr. Wickham do to try and take out his revenge on Mr. Darcy for not giving him more than his allotted inheritance?
4. Who is Mrs. Forster?
5. What is the only thing Elizabeth can think about in her last few days in Hunsford?
6. Why is Mr. Bennet so amused by Mr. Collins' letter to him congratulating him on Elizabeth's engagement to Mr. Darcy?
7. What does Lydia do the entire time she is staying at Longbourn after her hasty marriage?
8. Why does Mrs. Bennet continually try to get Mr. Bingley and Jane alone whenever Mr. Bingley comes to call on Jane?
9. Why do Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth not speak to each other when he comes to dine at Longbourn after Lydia's marriage?
10. What does Charlotte attribute all of Mr. Darcy's visits to Elizabeth to?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The characters in this book each had their own goals and motivations. Select four characters and describe their main motivation throughout the book and how this goal affected the characters around them.
Essay Topic 2
Mr. Wickham's foolhardy and arrogant nature wreaked havoc throughout the entire book. What are some examples of this foolish behavior, and how did these actions affect the characters around him?
Essay Topic 3
Secrecy is an extremely important theme of this book. What were some of the most highly-guarded secrets, and how did these secrets affect those who were a part of them? Is secrecy a good thing? Why or why not?
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