AP English Literature and Composition Practice Test 38

Questions 1-13 refer to the following information.

Jane Eyre
by Charlotte Bronte

1. From the passage, it can be concluded that Mrs. Harden is

2. Religious imagery in this passage is developed by all the following except

3. The "smile of gratification with which our hostess regarded us" (line 29) indicates that Miss Temple derives pleasure from

4. For the speaker, the most nourishing part of the evening was

5. The speaker is amazed by

6. "… her spirit seemed hastening to live within a very brief span as much as many live during a protracted existence" (lines 48–49) is an example of

7. The reader can infer from lines 45–47 ("Then her soul sat on her lips … eloquence") that

8. The last sentence of the passage may be best interpreted to mean

9. The pronoun "they" in lines 41–42 refers to

10. The tone developed in the passage is best described as

11. The reader may infer all the following except that

12. The description of Miss Temple in lines 34–38 reveals her to be a woman of

13. Based on the passage, all the following can be inferred about Jane's character except that she is