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Emma

Emma

by Jane Austen

Emma: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Emma? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. "It is fit that the fortune should be on his side, for I think the merit will be all on hers." Who is being discussed?


Frank Churchill and Jane Fairfax
Mr. and Mrs. Elton
Mr. and Mrs. Weston
Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse
Mr. and Mrs. Knightley
Q. "The pain of his continued residence in Highbury, however, must ... certainly be lessened by his marriage. Many vain solicitudes would be prevented—many awkwardnesses smoothed by it." Who is being discussed?


Mr. Elton
Mr. Knightley
Frank Churchill
Mr. Woodhouse
Mr. Weston
Q. Who said, "The folly of not allowing people to be comfortable at home—and the folly of people's not staying comfortably at home when they can!"?


Mr. Woodhouse
Mr. Elton
Mr. Knightley
Mr. Weston
Mrs. Elton
Q. Who said, "I am a great advocate for timidity—and I am sure one does not often meet with it.—But in those who are at all inferior, it is extremely prepossessing"?


Mr. Woodhouse
Emma
Harriett
Mrs. Elton
Mr. Elton
Q. "To understand, thoroughly understand her own heart, was the first endeavour." Whose thoughts are described?


Emma's
Mr. Woodhouse's
Mrs. Elton's
Harriett's
Jane's
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