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Jane Austen's Men
"Who doesn't love the dashing men from Jane Austen's novels? Take this quiz and see how well you know them!"
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Fitzwilliam Darcy, from "Pride and Prejudice", is perhaps the most famous Austen hero. Extremely rich and consequential, he is described in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
"fine, tall person"
In "Pride and Prejudice", Charles Bingley is the object of obsession for the Bennet family. How does he appear at the Meryton assembly?
Nervous and shy
Friendly and unreserved
Edward Ferrars, from "Sense and Sensibility", falls in love with Elinor Dashwood. To whom is he secretly engaged?
In "Sense and Sensibility", Christopher Brandon cherishes tender feelings for Marianne Dashwood. Why does she scorn his affection?
She thinks he's too poor.
She thinks he's too old.
She thinks Elinor is in love with him.
She's just playing hard-to-get.
Marianne Dashwood's first encounter with John Willoughby in "Sense and Sensibility" is quite memorable. How do the fiery lovers meet?
Colonel Brandon introduces them
They bump into one another at church
He rescues her when she sprains her ankle
At a ball
In "Northanger Abbey", Henry Tilney is shown to be extremely intelligent and well-versed in all subjects. He can discuss everything from religion and poetry to women's fashions. What does he find so enchanting about Catherine Morland?
Her candid and artless nature
Her broad intellect
Her exquisite beauty
Her expected inheritance
George Knightly, from "Emma", is a neighbor, friend, and regular member of Emma Woodhouse's social circle. Among Emma's many acquaintances, what is unique about Mr. Knightley?
He does not like her
He constantly flatters her
He does not think she is beautiful
He openly points out her faults
Harriet Smith fancies herself in love with many gentlemen in "Emma". Which man, however, genuinely loves Harriet?
In "Persuasion", Anne Elliot has been in love with Frederick Wentworth for over seven years. What is his occupation?
Fanny Price appears in "Mansfield Park" as the stereotypical poor relation. How does Edmund Bertram initially treat Fanny?
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