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Question 1:
How is Jane Austen described?
English novelist
Professional footballer
Australian actor and comedian

Question 2:
When did Jane Austen die?

Question 3: [94] The other important early review of Austen's works was published by ________ in 1821.
ChristianityLow churchRichard WhatelyEngland

Question 4: [77] Egerton then published ________, a revision of First Impressions, in January 1813.
Elizabeth BennetPride and Prejudice (1995 TV serial)Fitzwilliam DarcyPride and Prejudice

Question 5:
Where was Jane Austen born?
Steventon, Hampshire, England
Elston Hall near Nottingham, England
Covington, Tennessee, U.S.
Hilden near Du00FCsseldorf

Question 6:
When was Jane Austen born?

Question 7:
Where did Jane Austen die?
Winchester, Hampshire, England
Prince's Palace, Monaco
Banyuls-sur-Mer, France

Question 8: Austen's History parodied popular historical writing, particularly ________'s History of England (1764).
Oliver GoldsmithEdmund BurkeDavid GarrickSamuel Johnson

Question 9: [116] ________ television dramatisations, which were first produced in the 1970s, attempted to adhere meticulously to Austen's plots, characterisations, and settings.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBCRaidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Royal Crescent in Bath
  A watercolour and pencil sketch of Jane Austen, believed to be drawn from life by her sister Cassandra (c. 1810)[A]
  Janeite cookies
  Thomas Langlois Lefroy, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, by W. H. Mote (1855); in old age, Lefroy admitted to a nephew that he had been in love with Jane Austen: "It was boyish love."[50]

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