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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 Mrs Palmer leave the house when Marianne falls ill?
(a) She is worried her baby will get sick.
(b) She is worried she will get sick
(c) She has to go and see her mother.
(d) She cannot bear to see Marianne in pain
2. Who does Marianne marry?
(a) Robert Ferrars
(b) Sir John Middleton
(c) Colonel Brandon
3. Who do John and Fanny plan a party for?
(a) The Dashwood sisters
(c) The Steele sistees
(d) The Middleton's
4. How does Elinor react to Edward's sudden appearance?
(a) She walks out of the room
(b) She becomes the good hostess
(c) She shouts at Edward for playing with her feelings
(d) She tells Edward she loves him
5. What did Colonel Brandon tell Mrs Dashwood on her way to Cleveland?
(a) That he intended to marry Marianne
(b) His secret about Miss Williams
(c) That he intended to marry Elinor
(d) His life story
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does John think Colonel Brandon lacks sense?
2. What kind of party are Elinor and Marianne invited to?
3. Where do the Palmers live?
4. Why does Elinor think Lucy is attracted to Robert?
5. Who comes to the cottage?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Elinor's unhappy reaction show about her logical character?
2. Has Elinor's sense always had a positive impact on the characters?
3. Does Elinor make the right decision in telling her about Willoughby?
4. In what ways are Marianne and Mrs. Dashwood alike?
5. Is Elinor and Edward's marriage a victory of true love over societal expectations?
6. Is Elinor closer to Marianne in character than first thought?
7. Why does the Colonel ask Elinor to tell Edward about his new position in the Parish?
8. Why is having sense so important to Elinor?
9. Does Marianne's illness change her?
10. Why is it important that the Colonel is one of the oldest characters in the book?
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