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How does Elizabeth travel to Netherfield to attend Jane in her illness? 5:} \X- \l \7 CL, Mb} 10. What body part of Elizabeth’s does Darcy particularly admire early in the novel? LLCL {WALL U English 231, Quiz #2 1. Because of the shameftd cite. _ ces surrounding their marriage, Lydia and her spouse are not received at Longboum. True ( False g 2. With whom does Elizabeth travel to Derbyshire and visit Pemberley? (Name them or their relation to Elizabeth.) her accmt anal male, 3. Elizabeth is impressed by the appearance of Darcy’s estate® False 4. Who gives a repo of Darcy’s character that prompts Elizabeth think more positively of him? A. Lady Catherine B. arcy’s housekeeper C. Lambton D. Wickham 5. Later in life, Lydia and her husband, to everyone’s surprise, grow to love each other very much. T... 6. Jane and Elizabeth end up living 30 miles fi'om each other. Tr}? False 7. When visiting Hunsford, Elizabeth sees that Charlotte is desperately unhappy in her marriage. True ® 8. Who travels to Longbourn, the Bennet estate, to protest against Darcy and Elizabeth’s marriage? t acl U3 Catt/um m0» 9. The Bennet family are surprised when Elizabeth tells them that Darcy has proposed to her. re a... 10. What is “entail”? A. The legal process of cutting off a child, usually for bad behavior® Legal restrictions on inheriting land C. The custom of giving a widow an allowance D. Leasing an estate for a limited time. 11. Which family in the novel is afi‘ected the most by entail? 12. What was the defining difference between a member of the aristocracy and a member of the gentry? ”Ll-”til; mien/m of “Limo WW Cra a6. W from awe-WM K 13. Lady Catherine represents 7 exaggerated form of what medieval idea: A. noblesse oblige B. deference C. chivalry D. uveau riche /\/ ‘ id English 231 Quiz #5 1. At the end 0 ‘5 “love song,” Prufrock. says that he does not think that mam” at“ will sing to him. A. ange a ermaids C. birds D. the ocean 2. Prufi‘ock’s physical flaws include A. a bald spot B. thin arms and legs C. yellow [email protected] and B E. A and C 3. To whom is I’rufi'ock addressing his “love song”? A. a woman B. a male friend C. his cat®the poem doesn’t’ say. 4. What color is the fog described in “Prufi'ock”? A. grey B. brown @ellow D. bluish-grey 5. Finish the line “In the room the women come and go, talking of ” A. who can know? B. where they go ©Michelangelo D. Don Vito 6.What happens at the end of “Prufi‘ock”?® imagines going to the beach B. he marries C. He talks to the woman he loves, finally D. He returns to his apartment 7. Mr. and Mrs. Mooney (from “The Boarding House”) had a happy marriage. True 8. Mrs. Mooney keeps Polly isolated from the young men in her boarding house. True 9. Mrs. Mooney is know as A. “the Missis” B. “Big Mama”® “The Madam” D. “Mooney” 10. Jack Mooney, Polly’s brother, is a gentle and timid young man. True @ 11. James Dufi‘y (fi'om “A Painfiil Case”) has always had a very active social life. [email protected] 12. Ca tain Sinico reacts how to Mr. Duffy? A. he is enraged that Duffy is spending time with Mrs. Sinico He encourages Dufly to visit because he thinks Duffy wants to marry his daughter C. He considers him a tolerable, if foolish, companion. D. He challenges him to a duel. 13. How does Mr. Duffy learn of Mrs. Sinico’s death? .reads about it in the newspaper B. Captain Sinico tells him C. Mary Sinico tells him D. He witnessed it. 14. How does Mrs. Sinico die? A. overdose of sleeping pills @flt by a train C. alcohol poisoning D. Captain Sinico shoots her when he learns of her adultery. 15. In “The Dead,” what is wrong with Freddy Malins? A. He’s a “West Briton” B. He’s poor©He drinks too much D. His wife doesn’t love him 16. In “The Dead,” What profession do the Morkan sisters and their niece sharihey are musicians B. they are seamstresses C. they are secretaries D. they are undertakers 'E Pain In rr [/1 \K|_.nrJ/._‘A 869“ J English 231 Quiz #5: “Spinster” 1. What does spring represent in the poem? (Or, for what is spring a metaphor?) mom M t 2. Who in the poem has an aneven gait and gestures that “unbalance the air”? Tn 9, WWW? be etwtur “Daddy” 3. What nationality was Plath’s father? (112mm ,5 4. Finish the line “Every woman adores a Father 5. Who is the “vampire” described in the poem? (refer either to the story told in “Daddy” itself or to Plath’s life, or both.) Plow/1’s husband , HUICJWM Bridget Jones ’3 Diary 6. With hom does Bridget spend Christmas Day? A. Jude and Sharon B. Tom C. her family D. Mark Darcy CandD F.AandB \‘/ 7. Why does Tom disappear toward the end of the novel? % 8. Mark Darcy and Bridget do not marry at the end of the novel. [email protected] 9. Where does Bridget work at the beginning of the novel?.1 publishing house B. A bar C. a school D. a law firm 30. When she leaves this job, what kind of work does she take up? Wt 'Te/levls to m l 1. Where does Bridget meet Daniel Cleaver? H1 in 1W boss 12. Why is the “Tarts and Vicars” party embarrassing for Bridget? Sm (A two OHM om dram cl up bum/Se, the tho/mt»- 05M common 13. Why do Bridget and Daniel break up? H€ cheat? m her English 231 i 0 0 Quiz #8 l. Jeanette’s mother gave birth to her after converting to Pentecostal Evangelism. T (117) 2. Early in her life, when her mother and members of the church believe Jeanette to be in a prolonged state of rapture, what has really happened? we Opts m (H x.) 3. What does Jeanette’s mother call a “Breeding Ground”[email protected] B. the Factory Bottoms C. London D. Paris 4. Who, rather than her mother, visits Jeanette regularly in the hospital and takes her home? A. Her fatheréi’;j Elsie C. Pastor Spratt D. Melanie 5. What two-word phrase is used repeatedly in Oranges to describe desire or attraction between people of the same sex? 6. What instrument does Miss Jewsbury playmboe B. tambourine c. harmonium D. trumpet 7. What color is the demon that visits Jeanette? av :mcié/ 8. Which person dies at the end of the novel? (§>Elsie B. Jeanette’s mother C. Katy D. Pastor Finch E. Jeanette 9. Name one of the jobs that Jeanette takes afier leaving home. i C s (it if 1m --\ r m. til” A 'v eff-l” 10. In the last chapter of the novel, with whom does Jeanette spend Christmas? A. Katy B. Elsie C. Miss Jewsbury @3Her parents ii. In The Good Girl, what do Phil and Bubba do for a living? 1;- 3. =V‘.r--.'fi‘::/ <7 12.What is the name of the store where Justine works? A. Discount Roundup B. Roundup Retail 0. Wal Mart @: Retail Rodeo E. Cowboy Mart 13. How does Holden die? ” H E Wok} )- \\.U ”l 1439A“? 14. What does Phil do to “escape”? _ 3v“. Otis: 53 W t”: C Cl 15. What potentially lethal food do both Gwen and Holden eat? to: (1 Q‘évbfil '\ “u.- 1p- r! / English 231 Grading criteria for essays A (100 points) An extremely strong essay. Displays an exceptional level of insight, originality, and critical thinking. Points are fully supported and organized efi'ectively. A— (93 pohts)AsHongessaythfladdressesflretopicmafocusedandthouglufiflmanner and supports its points efiectively, but lacks the depth of insight and polish of an A paper. 3+ (88 points): Responds to the topic adequately, in a thoughtful and usually insightfiil way. May have a few weaknesses in thesis, support, or organization. B (85 points): A good essay that competently addresses the assigtmiem. Insights may he a bit general or obvious. Has some recurring weaknesses in thesis, support, and organization that don’t seriously impair the argmnent’s overall efl‘ectiveness. B— (82 points): Art-essay that gets its points across, but just so. Weaknesses in support and organization my impair the efl‘eetiveness ofthe argument, but it still comes through. C+ (78 points): The essay addresses the topic and has an argument, but it may be rather broad or undefined or obvious. Problems with support and organization prevent the argument from being fully proven. C (75 points) A barely acceptable response to the topic. Shows engagement with the topic, understanding of course material, and has some good points. The thesis is overly broad, general, or obvious, and the support, while relevant to the topic, doesn’t fiilly prove the thesis. C- (72 points) The essay shows evideme of efibfl, contains some efi‘ective elements, but demonstrates an inadequate understanding of the topic. The essay fails to make meaningfirl, specific, arguable claims or support them clearly. D+ (68 points, D (65 points), D- (63 points) Essay makes little sense and denmnstrates no real understanding of the topic or efi‘ort to address it. ...
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