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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. Where is an auction being held?
(a) At the Sedley's home.
(b) At the vauxhall gardens.
(c) At the Crawley's home.
(d) At a fair.
2. Who meet in the park where Becky Sharp and Rawdon Crawley are riding?
(a) The Osbornes and the Crawleys.
(b) The Osbornes and Amelia Sedley.
(c) The Osbornes and William Dobbin.
(d) The Crawleys and William Dobbin.
3. What is true of Becky Sharp's attitude towards Joseph Sedley?
(a) It is a false polite front.
(b) It is genuine.
(c) It is very friendly.
(d) It is arrogant.
4. Who is Horrocks?
(a) A cook.
(b) A butler.
(c) A sentry.
(d) A gardener.
5. Which character is quite smitten by William Dobbin's charms?
(a) One of George Osborne's sisters.
(b) One of George Osborne's aunts.
(c) One of George Osborne's cousins.
(d) One of George Osborne's girlfriends.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does not march for the war as seen in chapter 30?
2. What is the relationship between Amelia Sedley and Becky Sharp?
3. What happens to Amelia Sedley when she sees Becky Sharp?
4. What is true about the Osborne sisters as seen in chapter 21?
5. Whom does Becky Sharp marry?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Rawdon Crawley go to his brother's house?
2. What is Becky Sharp up to in chapter 29 to raise her social status?
3. What is the character of Lady Southdown?
4. What happens when Rawdon Crawley is bailed out from jail?
5. Upon hearing about his son George Osborne marrying Amelia Sedley, what does John Osborne do and why?
6. What is true of Becky Sharp from chapter 51?
7. Why is Amelia Sedley upset at William Dobbin?
8. Why does Becky Sharp marry Rawdon Crawley even though she does not like him?
9. What is true of the Osborne family's reaction to George Osborne marrying Amelia Sedley?
10. How does chapter 13 further establish George Osborne's true personality?
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