The Victorian Novel
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Question 101 [CLICK ON ANY COICE TO KNOW RIGHT ANSWER]
A woman as "the angel of the house" is best described by which of the following?
A midwife or nurse, a woman who did not marry but who served married women in their time of need
A false-god, an idol who was really a femme-fatale and who should be avoided
A woman who vowed to wear only white, as a symbol of purity, and who likewise vowed never to leave the house where she lived, but directed family affairs from the drawing room
A pure woman who was the moral and spiritual center of the house, who never went out in the urban setting or mixed in the public, whose mission was to fight against the immoral influence the femme fatale and market capitalism
Question 102 [CLICK ON ANY COICE TO KNOW RIGHT ANSWER]
There were contradictory images of womanhood in the Victorian period, particularly as it concerns female sexuality. What were the two poles between which women were often trapped?
Woman of means and of poverty
Pedant and fool
Domestic wife and femme fatale
Hysteric and cold fish
Question 103 [CLICK ON ANY COICE TO KNOW RIGHT ANSWER]
Plot and structure are very important to the Victorian novel. Which of these statements is most accurate?
Plot is what happens in a story, and structure is the order in which the novel presents the plot.
Structure is what happens in a story, and plot is the order in which the novel presents the structure.
Plot is the pace at which things happen, and structure is the number of pages comprising the book itself.
Plot always has a single narrator, while structure may be expressed by several narrators.
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