The Jane Austen Quiz - A Christmas SpecialWhat excuse did Emma Woodhouse have for not going to church on Christmas day?\u0026quot;I sincerely hope your Christmas in Hertfordshire may abound in the gaieties which that season generally brings.\u0026quot; A character named Jane receives a letter containing these words in which Jane Austen novel?Lucy and Anne Steele \u0026quot;were prevailed on to stay nearly two months at the park, and to assist in the due celebration of that festival which requires a more than ordinary share of _________ to proclaim its importance.\u0026quot; Which words belong in the gap in this Sense and Sensibility extract?When Mary Crawford asks Fanny Price; \u0026quot;is it Christmas gaieties that he is staying for?\u0026quot; when she hears that Edmund will not soon be returning, what is Mary really concerned that Edmund is staying away for?\u0026quot;These kind of things are very well at Christmas, when one is sitting round the fire; but quite out of place, in my opinion, when one is exploring about the country in summer. Miss Woodhouse must excuse me.\u0026quot; What is Mrs Elton refusing to take part in?\u0026quot;_____ is at all times a frivolous distinction, and excessive solicitude about it often destroys its own aim. Catherine knew all this very well; her great aunt had read her a lecture on the subject only the Christmas before.\u0026quot; What word is missing from this Northanger Abbey extract?\u0026quot;for her to stay behind, till she might convey her to Bath herself after Christmas; but having engagements of her own, which must take her from Kellynch\u0026quot; From which novel does this mention of Christmas come?\u0026quot;by the middle of June, Kitty was so much recovered as to be able to enter Meryton without tears: an event of such happy promise as to make Elizabeth hope that by the following Christmas she might be so tolerably reasonable as ______\u0026quot; In this Pride and Prejudice extract, what does Elizabeth hope that Kitty will be so reasonable as to do?\u0026quot;\u0026quot;He is as good a sort of fellow, I believe, as ever lived,\u0026quot; repeated Sir John. \u0026quot;I remember last Christmas, at a little hop at the Park, he danced from eight o\u0026#39;clock till four, without once sitting down.\u0026quot;\u0026quot; Who is Sir John talking about?\u0026quot;The very first day that Morland came to us last Christmas — the very first moment I beheld him — my heart was irrecoverably gone.\u0026quot; Which character speaks these words in Northanger Abbey?Nevermind. Have a mince pie to cheer yourself up, or take a look at our Boxing Day Offers!Congratulations! You\u0026#39;re an expert on Jane Austen and Christmas! Celebrate by having a look at our sophisticated Jane Austen Necklace, inspired by her original turquoise ring.