Jane Austen and Her Works
Set by Mel Kinsey
1/ What is Mr. Darcy's annual income?
£10,000 per year
2/ Who is he oldest woman in a Jane Austen novel, to find a husband?
Miss Taylor in Emma
3/ What character owns the estate Combe Magna?
4/ In the novel Emma, what is the name of Mr. Woodhouse's apothecary?
5/ How old is Catherne Morland at the begining of Noerthanger Abbey?
6/ In Pride and Predjudice which is the tallest Bennet daughter?
7/ How many novels did Jane Austen publish during her lifetime?
8/ In the novel Emma what is Mr.Woodhouse's other daughters name?
9/ Besides London what is the primary setting of Sense and Sensibility?
10/ In Pride and Predjudice how many reasons does Mr.Collins have for wanting to marry, when he makes his first proposal?
11/ What family own the Abbey, that gives the novel Northanger Abbey its title? Tilney
12/ From which Jane Austen novel does this quotation come from:
"A ladies imagination is very rapid, it jumps from admiration to love, in a moment"
Pride and Predjudice
13/ In the novel Emma what is Mrs.Elton's maiden name/?
14/ In the novel Persuasion, what are the names of the Musgove sisters?
Louisa and Henrietta
15/ In Pride and Predjudice what was the name of Georgina's former governess, who conspired with Mr. Whickham?
16/ In the novel Mansfield Park what Shakespeare play does Henry Crawford read out loud to Fanny?
17/ What pen name did Jane Austen use?
18/ In the novel Sense and Sensibility for how long are Lucy and Edward secretly engaged, before Elenor learns of their engagement?
19/ Which Jane Austen character says the following quotation, "If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more"?
20/ In the novel Pride and Predjudice where is the first Ball held?
21/ In the novel Emma what is the age difference between Mr.Knightley and Emma?
22/ In the novel Mansfield Park how many siblings does Fanny have?
23/ How does Captain Wentworth sign his letter to Ann in the novel Persuasion?
24/ Which two Jane Austin novels were published after her death?
Northanger Abbey and Persusion