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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. Why does Colonel Brandon leave?
(a) He has to prepare the parsonage for Edward
(b) To fetch Mrs. Dashwood
(c) He cannot bear to see Marianne in pain
(d) He has to meet Miss Williams
2. In what way does Elinor think Willoughby feels regret at not marrying Marianne?
(a) It has not made him feel happy
(b) He just want to feel sorry for himself
(c) He feels sorry that he has hurt Marianne
(d) He does not love Miss Grey
3. Why is Fanny happy that Edward has found a job at the parsonage?
(a) She can visit him.
(b) He has wanted to get a job all his life.
(c) He is finally doing something with his life
(d) She won't have to support him.
4. Who does Mrs. Jennings think will be a minister at Elinor's wedding?
(a) Sir John
(c) John Dashwood
5. Why is Fanny upset?
(a) John has given the Dashwoods money
(b) She hears Edward is engaged to Lucy
(c) She has received a letter from an ex-lover
(d) Her husband is having an affair
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Elinor react to Edward's sudden appearance?
2. Who is the next person to arrive in Cleveland?
3. Who does Mrs. Dashwood say is in London?
4. Why would moving to Delaford cause Elinor pain?
5. Who does Mrs. Dashwood receive letters from?
Short Essay Questions
1. Does Marianne's illness change her?
2. Is Lucy a bad person?
3. In what ways are Marianne and Mrs. Dashwood alike?
4. How does Austen present the character of John Dashwood?
5. What does Elinor's unhappy reaction show about her logical character?
6. Why do you think Fanny and Lady Middleton get along so well?
7. How much does Marianne's mental state contribute to her illness?
8. Have the sisters changed during their time in London?
9. Is Elinor closer to Marianne in character than first thought?
10. Why is it important that the Colonel is one of the oldest characters in the book?
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