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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How many sitting rooms did a middle-class 19th century family have?
(a) None.
(b) One.
(c) Three.
(d) Two.

2. About whom does the narrator say "she wrote as a woman, but as a woman who has forgotten that she is a woman?"
(a) Charlotte Bronte.
(b) Mary Carmichael.
(c) Jane Austen.
(d) Judith.

3. Whose point of view takes over for the narrator at the end of Chapter 6?
(a) Woolf herself.
(b) An Oxbridge student.
(c) Jane Austen.
(d) Professor X.

4. To what physical trait does the narrator compare these vanities?
(a) A dark spot at the back of the head.
(b) A pimple.
(c) A few too many pounds on the hips.
(d) A wart.

5. What element of Jane Austen's does Carmichael "break up?"
(a) The sentence.
(b) The imagination.
(c) The hyperbole.
(d) The story.

Short Answer Questions

1. What name does the narrator give to the male author she reads after reading so many novels by women?

2. The narrator encourages the audience to "earn 500 a year" by using what?

3. To what does the narrator refer as a "complex force?"

4. In what genre were women denied the most expression?

5. To what author does the narrator attribute the idea that a great mind is androgynous?

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