Literature of the Victorian Era Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Given Robert Browning's typical poetic subjects, what did he seem to have a fascination with?

Question 2 2. In Dickens' Oliver Twist, which character turns out to be Oliver's half-sibling?

Question 3 3. In Dickens' Great Expectations, why does Magwitch gives Pip money?

Question 4 4. What code name do the revolutionaries use?

Question 5 5. In Dickens' Great Expectations, why did Miss Havisham raise Estella?

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Question 6 6. In Dickens' Oliver Twist, who takes Oliver to Fagin, and why?

Question 7 7. How are the events from 'David Copperfield' similar to Dickens' life?

Question 8 8. What poetic form is Robert Browning most known for?

Question 9 9. Why is the novel 'David Copperfield' considered to be Dickens' bildungsroman?

Question 10 10. In Dickens' David Copperfield, who acts as an early mother figure for David?

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Question 11 11. Which theme is suggested in the opening lines, 'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,' from Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities?

Question 12 12. What is the reason for Charles Darnay changing his name?

Question 13 13. Morality is a central theme in Dickens' Great Expectations. Which of the following is an example of a character exhibiting moral behavior?

Question 14 14. Which occurrence in the novel highlights the theme of resurrection?

Question 15 15. Who are the main villains in Dickens' David Copperfield?

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Question 16 16. Which character was driven mad after 18 years in the Bastille?

Question 17 17. Which famous Victorian figure did Robert Browning marry?

Question 18 18. In Dickens' Great Expectations, which of the following is an example of a character seeking to improve his or her social standing?

Question 19 19. In a surprise twist in Dickens' Great Expectations, which character is revealed to be the child of Magwitch?

Question 20 20. What book first brought Robert Browning fame?

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Question 21 21. In Dickens' Oliver Twist, which element of Oliver's story is similar to Dickens' own life?

Question 22 22. Why are Browning's dramatic monologues challenging?

Question 23 23. Why is Dickens' Oliver Twist called a social novel?

Question 24 24. The theme of the importance of marriage is highlighted after which event in Dickens' David Copperfield?

Question 25 25. In Dickens' Oliver Twist, which character removes Oliver from the workhouse?

Literature of the Victorian Era Chapter Exam Instructions

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