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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 Willoughby say he had to get married to Miss Grey?
(a) For money
(b) She was pregnant
(c) It is his family tradition
(d) Her father threatened to kill him if he did not
2. What did Edward come to regret?
(a) That he did not have a profession
(b) His friendship with Elinor
(c) That he was ever born
(d) His enagement to Lucy
3. Who is the letter to Marianne from?
(b) John Dashwood
(c) Her mother
4. What do Elinor's visitors in this chapter urge her to do while in Cleveland?
(a) Visit Edward
(b) Try the local ale
(c) Visit Colonel Brandon
(d) Go mushroom picking
5. What does Brandon say is the main problem with the parsonage?
(a) It is too small for a married couple
(b) It is located outside the village
(c) It is not very pretty
(d) It is too old and needs repairs
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the next people to arrive in London?
2. What does Marianne decide in this chapter?
3. Who does the Dashwood's servant say she saw in town?
4. What does John Dashwood suggest in his letter?
5. What kind of party are Elinor and Marianne invited to?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Austen present the character of John Dashwood?
2. Why is it important that the Colonel is one of the oldest characters in the book?
3. Does Elinor make the right decision in telling her about Willoughby?
4. How is Mrs. Dashwood one of the more unselfish characters in the book?
5. Why does Austen present John Dashwood as a comic figure?
6. Why do you think Fanny and Lady Middleton get along so well?
7. Is is right that and true to the character of Elinor that she should forgive Edward so easily?
8. Why does the Colonel ask Elinor to tell Edward about his new position in the Parish?
9. How are Elinor and Marianne different from the society they live in?
10. What is the importance of the Steele's appearance in the story?
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