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Pride and Prejudice

Fiction | Novel | Adult | Published in 1813

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Multiple Choice

1. Which statement best describes the progression of the relationship between Mr. Bennet and Elizabeth?

A) By the end of the novel, they are closer than ever because Mr. Bennet frequently visits Pemberley.

B) They are not as close because Mr. Bennet doesn’t like Mr. Darcy.

C) Elizabeth realizes that she has intentionally overlooked Mr. Bennet’s faults.

D) Elizabeth thinks Mr. Bennet’s teasing of her mother is cruel.

2. Which of the following statements best describes Jane Austen’s perspective on marriage?

A) Marriage should only be for love without consideration of fortune.

B) Marriage should be for love and with some consideration of fortune.

C) Marriage should not be for love in some circumstances.

D) Marriage for love always works out in the end.

3. What literary device best describes Mr. Collins’s behavior?

A) It is ironic that he describes himself as humble but brags about his connections.

B) It is ironic that he presents himself as humble but is a clergyman.

C) He is paradoxical because of his complicated personality traits.

D) Mr. Collins is a metaphor for the pompous clergy.

4. Which statement best describes why Charlotte marries Mr. Collins?

A) She marries him to relieve her brothers of the responsibility of taking care of her.

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By Jane Austen