Quiz about Where Do I Reside
Quiz about Where Do I Reside

Where Do I Reside? Trivia Quiz

Match each Jane Austen character to the place where he or she resides.

A matching quiz by robynraymer. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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4 mins
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Quiz #
Dec 03 21
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Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Mrs. Price  
Rosings Park
2. Miss Eleanor Tilney  
Kellynch Hall
3. Mrs. Mary Musgrove  
Norland Park
4. Mrs. Fanny Dashwood  
Westgate Buildings, Bath
5. Mr. Willoughby  
Uppercross Cottage
6. Lady Catherine De Bourgh  
Gracechurch Street, London
7. Mr. Edward Gardiner  
Combe Magna
8. Mr. Robert Martin  
9. Mrs. Smith  
Abbey-Mill Farm
10. Admiral Croft  
Northanger Abbey

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Mrs. Price

Answer: Portsmouth

Mrs. Price, a character in JA's "Mansfield Park", is sister to Lady Bertram and Mrs. Norris. Her daughter Fanny lives at Mansfield Park, and her son William is an officer in the Royal Navy.
2. Miss Eleanor Tilney

Answer: Northanger Abbey

Miss Tilney, a character in JA's "Northanger Abbey", is sister to Mr. Tilney and Captain Tilney. Her father is the dictatorial if not murderous General Tilney. She is Catherine Morland's friend and future sister-in-law.
3. Mrs. Mary Musgrove

Answer: Uppercross Cottage

Mary, a character in JA's "Persuasion", is sister to Elizabeth and Anne Elliot. Her father is Sir Walter Elliot. She is married to Charles Musgrove (who once proposed to Anne). Her in-laws live at the Great House at Uppercross.
4. Mrs. Fanny Dashwood

Answer: Norland Park

Fanny, a character in JA's "Sense and Sensibility", is sister-in-law to Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret Dashwood. She is married to their half-brother, John. It is Fanny who convinces her husband that his stepmother and half-sisters should receive no money from the deceased Mr. Dashwood's estate.
5. Mr. Willoughby

Answer: Combe Magna

Mr. Willoughby, a character in JA's "Sense and Sensibility", is a true rake, but he does fall in love with Marianne Dashwood. He seduces Colonel Brandon's ward, breaks Marianne's heart, and marries an heiress for her money. However, when Marianne is ill at Cleveland, Willoughby makes a surprise visit, almost convincing Elinor that he is not as black a villain as she had supposed.
6. Lady Catherine De Bourgh

Answer: Rosings Park

Lady Catherine, a character in JA's "Pride and Prejudice", is Mr. Darcy's aunt and Mr. Collins's patron. Mr. Collins looks upon her as the queen of condescension.
7. Mr. Edward Gardiner

Answer: Gracechurch Street, London

Mr. Gardiner, a character in JA's "Pride and Prejudice", is Mrs. Bennet's brother. He is the opposite of his sister: helpful, cool-headed, caring, diligent, and gentlemanly. It is he who houses the disgraced Lydia Bennet (his niece) after she shacks up with Mr. Wickham in London and before she finally marries her lover.
8. Mr. Robert Martin

Answer: Abbey-Mill Farm

Mr. Martin, a gentleman farmer in JA's "Emma", proposes to Emma Woodhouse's little protege, Harriet Smith. Since Emma considers him an inappropriate husband for any friend of hers, she convinces Harriet to turn him down. Luckily, near the end of the novel, he proposes to Harriet again, and she accepts him this time.
9. Mrs. Smith

Answer: Westgate Buildings, Bath

In JA's "Persuasion", an old school friend of Anne Elliot's, Mrs. Smith, has fallen upon hard times. She is a disabled, impecunious widow. It turns out that Anne's cousin Mr. Elliot had a hand in ruining Mr. Smith before he died.
10. Admiral Croft

Answer: Kellynch Hall

In JA's "Persuasion", Admiral Croft is Captain Wentworth's brother-in-law. After Sir Walter Elliot squanders much of his fortune, he is forced to rent out his ancestral home and move to Bath. Admiral and Mrs. Croft turn out to be fabulous tenants. They are one of the select few older couples in JA's novels who seem to have perfect marriages.
Source: Author robynraymer

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