Emma - Final Chapters Quiz

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A short and simple reading quiz about the people and events in Austen's Emma, Chapters 49 - 55.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Why does Mr. Knightley rush to visit Emma in chapter 49?

    • A.

      He wanted to propose marriage to her.

    • B.

      He heard that she had baked him a pie.

    • C.

      He was concerned about her emotional well-being.

    • D.

      He wanted to gloat over her broken heart.

    Correct Answer
    C. He was concerned about her emotional well-being.
    Explanation
    In chapter 49 of the book, Mr. Knightley rushes to visit Emma because he is concerned about her emotional well-being. This suggests that he cares about her deeply and wants to make sure she is okay. This action demonstrates his affection and consideration towards her, rather than being driven by selfish motives such as wanting to gloat over her broken heart or proposing marriage. The fact that he prioritizes her emotional state shows the depth of his feelings for her.

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  • 2. 

    How does Frank Churchill communicate the news of his engagement to Emma?

    • A.

      He visits her.

    • B.

      He telephones her.

    • C.

      He writes her a letter.

    • D.

      He sends a servant.

    Correct Answer
    C. He writes her a letter.
    Explanation
    Frank Churchill communicates the news of his engagement to Emma by writing her a letter. This means of communication allows him to express his thoughts and feelings in a thoughtful and deliberate manner. Writing a letter also gives Emma the opportunity to process the news privately and at her own pace. Visiting her or telephoning her might not provide the same level of privacy and reflection. Sending a servant would not allow for the personal touch and intimacy that a letter can convey.

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  • 3. 

    Mr. Knightley believes that Frank Churchill acted like

    • A.

      An ardent lover.

    • B.

      A proper gentleman.

    • C.

      A misunderstood kid.

    • D.

      A complete cad.

    Correct Answer
    D. A complete cad.
    Explanation
    Mr. Knightley believes that Frank Churchill acted like a complete cad. This suggests that Frank Churchill's behavior was disrespectful, selfish, and lacking in moral principles. Mr. Knightley's belief implies that Frank Churchill's actions were not in line with what is expected of a gentleman, indicating that he behaved in a reprehensible manner.

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  • 4. 

    Which character gives birth to a baby girl toward the end of the novel?

    • A.

      Harriet Smith

    • B.

      Mrs. Weston

    • C.

      Jane Fairfax

    • D.

      Mrs. Elton

    Correct Answer
    B. Mrs. Weston
    Explanation
    In the novel, Mrs. Weston gives birth to a baby girl toward the end. This event signifies a new chapter in her life and brings joy to the characters. It also represents the theme of new beginnings and the cycle of life.

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  • 5. 

    Which character is unenthusiastic about Emma's impending marriage to Mr. Knightley because he fears he will be inconvenienced?

    • A.

      Mr. Woodhouse

    • B.

      Mr. Elton

    • C.

      Mr. John Knightley

    • D.

      Frank Churchill

    Correct Answer
    A. Mr. Woodhouse
    Explanation
    Mr. Woodhouse is unenthusiastic about Emma's impending marriage to Mr. Knightley because he fears he will be inconvenienced. This can be seen throughout the novel, as Mr. Woodhouse is portrayed as a hypochondriac and overly concerned with his own comfort and well-being. He constantly worries about change and disruption to his routine, and the thought of Emma leaving him to get married causes him great distress. He expresses his concerns multiple times, showing his lack of enthusiasm for the marriage.

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