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Pride and Prejudice

Fiction | Novel | Adult | Published in 1813

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice


1. C (Volume 2, Chapter 14)

2. B (Various chapters)

3. A (Volume 1, Chapter 14)

4. D (Volume 1, Chapter 22)

5. C (Various chapters)

6. B (Various chapters)

7. A (Volume 1 Chapter 9)

8. D (Volume 3, Chapter 5)

9. A (Volume 2, Chapter 18)

10. B (Volume 3, Chapter 14)

11. B (Various chapters)

12. C (Volume 2, Chapter 7)

13.  C (Volume 2, Chapter 18)

14. C (Various chapters)

15. B (Various chapters)

Long Answer

1. Money causes people to overlook character flaws in the upper class, like those who seek to please Lady Catherine; it causes Mr. Collins to grovel; it makes women an object of prey for Mr. Wickham; and it creates prejudices in the upper classes against the working class. (Various chapters)

2. The first impressions of Mr. Darcy described him as proud and critical. Mr. Wickham was amiable and pleasant. Mr. Wickham was initially trusted and well-liked, while Mr. Darcy was generally disliked. By the end of the novel, Mr. Wickham is seen as wicked and duplicitous, while Mr. Darcy is well-regarded and respected. (Various chapters)

3. Family is very important in Pride and Prejudice. Respectable connections are the difference between a good marriage and being ruined.

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By Jane Austen