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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. What does Fanny regret?
(a) Not visiting the Dashwoods while they were in London
(b) Not giving the Dashwood's financial support
(c) Telling Elinor Edward is marrying Lucy
(d) Not bringing her umbrella
2. What does Elinor learn from Anne Steele?
(a) Lucy knows Elinor is in love with Edward
(b) She is engaged to Colonel Brandon
(c) Edward has broken off his engagement with Lucy
(d) Lucy has take ill
3. Why does Elinor think the marriage between Edward and Lucy was so quick?
(a) Before anyone can stop them.
(b) Because Lucy has no patience
(c) Because Edward has no patience
(d) Because Edward fears he will change his mind
4. Who does Mrs. Jennings think will be a minister at Elinor's wedding?
(b) Sir John
(c) John Dashwood
5. Who is Robert Ferrars marrying?
(a) Miss Smith
(b) Miss Grey
(c) Miss Palmer
(d) Miss Morton
Short Answer Questions
1. How long has Elinor known about the engagement?
2. How long is the journey from London to Cleveland?
3. What does Marianne decide in this chapter?
4. How does Marianne keep her mind off Willoughby?
5. After Brandon leaves, who other than Marianne are the only two people that remain?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do you think Fanny and Lady Middleton get along so well?
2. Is Elinor and Edward's marriage a victory of true love over societal expectations?
3. How are Elinor and Marianne different from the society they live in?
4. Is Brandon an honorable man?
5. What does Elinor's unhappy reaction show about her logical character?
6. In what ways does Marianne's illness show the difference between the characters?
7. Why does Austen present John Dashwood as a comic figure?
8. Do you think the Dashwoods like John?
9. Is Willoughby a better match for Marianne than the Colonel?
10. In what ways are Marianne and Mrs. Dashwood alike?
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