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Darcy believes he is responsible for Wickham and Lydia's elopement because __________.

he encouraged Wickham to marry one of the Bennet girls

he did not allow Wickham to marry Georgiana

he never exposed the truth about Wickham

he wanted to embarrass the Bennet family

Mr. Collins believes he should get married because __________.

he will gain wealth through his marriage

he is in love with Elizabeth Bennet

he wants to be in the same family as Mr. Darcy

Lady Catherine tells him to marry for social reasons


Early in the novel, Elizabeth bases her ideas about Darcy and Wickham on her __________.

rationality

prejudice

fear

intelligence

At the end of Pride and Prejudice, Darcy can best be described as __________.

proud

humble

vulgar

disrespectful


The testimony of Darcy's housekeeper causes Elizabeth to __________.

distrust Darcy's story about Mr. Wickham

reconsider her views on Darcy's character

ask her father's permission to marry Darcy

question the housekeeper's motives

What word best describes Mrs. Bennet?

sensible

frail

reflective

unrestrained


Which flaw do Darcy and Elizabeth share in Pride and Prejudice?

They put too much stock in first impressions.

They are shy about dancing with people they do not know.

They invite criticism through unrestrained behavior.

They are too proud to ever admit they are wrong.

While Elizabeth hopes for love and respect in her marriage, Charlotte is most interested in __________.

security

escape

children

romance


What does Mr. Darcy reveal in his letter to Elizabeth?

He did not realize that Jane really liked Mr. Bingley.

He wants to invite Elizabeth to visit Pemberley.

He was wrong in his judgments of Wickham.

He hopes to marry Lady Catherine de Bourgh's daughter.



How do Lady Catherine's demands that Elizabeth not marry Darcy affect Elizabeth?

She is confused about her feelings for Darcy.

She is furious that Darcy has sent Lady Catherine.

She is hopeful that Darcy still loves her.

She realizes that Lady Catherine will get what she wants.



Elizabeth is unwilling to marry Mr. Collins because __________.

she opposes the institution of marriage

she wants Jane to marry first

she has no respect for Mr. Collins

she recognizes Charlotte's love for him

 What were Wickham's intentions in trying to elope with Georgiana Darcy?

He wanted to get her fortune.

He knew the older Mr. Darcy wanted it.

He recognized that Georgiana loved him.

He admired her great beauty.


By the end of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet has learned __________.

to ignore her own emotions

to question her own judgment

that Mr. Darcy did not have any prejudice

that love is more important than intelligence


Jane Austen describes Miss Bingley's constant attentions to Mr. Darcy when he is writing a letter. Miss Bingley comments "on his handwriting, or on the evenness of his lines, or on the length of his letter...." Austen's focus on Miss Bingley's attention is an example of __________.

theme

metaphor

personification

satire


Mr. Bennet's primary fault in the novel is his __________.

preference for his second daughter, Elizabeth

lack of involvement with his daughters

concern about Lydia and Wickham's marriage

sense of humor about his neighbors


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