Question 1 of 15
Which of the following does not describe Lady Catherine de Bourgh?
- The employer of Mrs. Jenkins
- The aunt of Mr. Darcy
- The aunt of Colonel Fitzwilliam
- The patroness of Mr. Collins
Question 2 of 15
With whom would Elizabeth least prefer to spend time?
- Mrs. Hurst
- Mrs. Gardner
Question 3 of 15
When is the first time that Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth dance?
- At the Netherfield Ball
- At Longbourn the evening of their wedding
- At a party at the Lucas Residence
- At the Assembly Hall the first night of their meeting
Question 4 of 15
Who is the first of the Bennett sisters to get married?
Question 5 of 15
What is the name of the estate of which Elizabeth will eventually become mistress?
Question 6 of 15
Which of the following does Mr. Collins not cite as reasons for his wanting to marry Elizabeth?
- Her fine eyes
- Her modesty
- Her wit
- Her vivacity
Question 7 of 15
How old was Georgiana when she planned to elope with Mr. Wickham?
Question 8 of 15
What is not included in Ms. Bingley’s description of an “accomplished woman”?
- Improvement of the mind by extensive reading
- A thorough knowledge of all the modern languages
Question 9 of 15
Of whom is the following line spoken: “She is tolerable I suppose, but not handsome enough to tempt me.”?
- Charlotte Lucas
Question 10 of 15
Where do Lydia and Mr. Wickham elope from?
Question 11 of 15
Who is not a couple at one point in the story?
- Mary and Mr. Collins
- Elizabeth and Mr. Wickham
- Lydia and Mr. Wickham
- Jane and Mr. Bingley
Question 12 of 15
How many thousand pounds a year does Mr. Bingley have?
Question 13 of 15
How many times does Mr. Darcy proposed to Elizabeth throughout the course of the book?
Question 14 of 15
Who is set to inherit when Mr. Bennett dies?
- Mr. Collins
- Mr. Darcy
Question 15 of 15
Fill in the blanks: “It is a truth ___________, that a single man in possession of _______, must be in want of a wife.”
- Universally acknowledged, a good fortune
- As old as time, good name and better fortune
- Without exception, all of his faculties
- Commonly understood, his own estate
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