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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9 | Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Tess decide not to return home from Tantridge after all?
(a) She decides that she should just go and see what it's like before she makes a decision.
(b) She realizes she is simply nervous about the new situation.
(c) She needs the work so she can contribute to her family's finances.
(d) She is afraid her mother and father will be angry if she goes home.
2. In Chapter 1, Mr. Durbeyfield meets the parson on the road. How does the parson greet him?
(a) Sir James.
(b) Mr. D.
(c) Sir John.
(d) Mr. Durbeyfield.
3. After Tess leaves for Tantridge, how does her mother feel?
(a) Worried about Alec's intentions.
(b) Sad, she will miss Tess.
(c) Happy, the family will have more money.
(d) Regretful, she thinks she pressured Tess.
4. What conditions does Tess place on her agreement to go live with the D'Urbervilles in Tantridge?
(a) She agrees to go if her mother forgives her for her role in the horse's death.
(b) She will go if she can take Abraham with her.
(c) She will go if she can have new clothes so she will fit in.
(d) She will ask if she can work for them, but she won't ask them for money.
5. When Angel looks back and sees Tess from the top of the hill, what does he think?
(a) He thinks he should find his brother.
(b) He thinks that he has hurt her feelings.
(c) He thinks she is pretty.
(d) He thinks he is going to be late getting home.
Short Answer Questions
1. Tess receives an offer of work at Tantridge taking care of the _____.
2. When her parents still don't come home, what does Tess finally do?
3. When her parents do not return from the pub, who does Tess send after them to bring them home?
4. Tess believes she is related to the D'Urbervilles at Tantridge by family ties. What kind of family ties exist between them?
5. When Tess is introduced to Mrs. D'Urberville, how is she treated?
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