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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 is the scene in Belgium when the characters reach?
(a) Peaceful and quiet
(b) Dull and depressing.
(c) Very tense.
(d) Festive and high spirited.
2. Who is the little boy with Corporal Clink at the park?
(a) Corporal Clink's son.
(b) Corporal Clink's nephew.
(c) Little Rawdon.
3. Where does Mr. Bullock take the Osborne sisters to?
(a) A dance show.
(b) A game show.
(c) A singing show.
(d) A flower show.
4. Which of the characters dies in the war?
(a) Rawdon Crawley.
(b) George Osborne.
(c) William Dobbin.
(d) Joseph Sedley.
5. What does John Osborne do when at the study room?
(a) He writes a note for Geroge Osborne.
(b) He sits down to so some thinking.
(c) He sits down and reads the Bible.
(d) He removes George Osborne's name from the family record
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Becky Sharp come to the Crawley residence?
2. Why is it that Becky Sharp does not like William Dobbin?
3. What is true of Becky Sharp's attitude towards Joseph Sedley?
4. Why does William Dobbin get angry at John Osborne when Osborne is making a speech to William Dobbin?
5. What is true about the Osborne sisters as seen in chapter 21?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Amelia Sedley scream at Becky Sharp when both see each other?
2. What is the relationship between Becky Sharp and Lord Steyne?
3. What is true of the Osborne family's reaction to George Osborne marrying Amelia Sedley?
4. How does Becky Sharp manage to come back into the society?
5. How does the narrator set up the character of Amelia Sedley as seen in chapter 12?
6. How does the narrator describe the character of Sir Pitt Crawley?
7. How does the author show the re-entry of Becky Sharp to the plot of the novel?
8. What are the events that take place in chapter 40?
9. What is true of the Steyne family?
10. What is the significant event in chapter 32?
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