The Jane Austen Quiz - Parks and RecreationWhat role was Fanny Price going to play in Lovers\u0026#39; Vows?\u0026quot;Is there a felicity in the world,” said Marianne, “superior to this?\u0026quot; What recreational activity inspired Marianne to utter these words?Which of these is the fist line of the riddle which Mr Woodhouse gave to Emma\u0026#39;s riddle collection?What is Haye Park in Pride and Prejudice?\u0026quot;_____ was no reader; but he had contrived excellent accommodations, and fashioned very pretty shelves, for a tolerable collection of well-bound volumes\u0026quot; Whose preferred form of recreation was carpentry?Barton Park is the home of which of these characters?\u0026quot;____ has been meaning to read more ever since she was twelve years old. I have seen a great many lists of her drawing-up at various times of books that she meant to read regularly through—and very good lists they were—very well chosen, and very neatly arranged.\u0026quot; Which heroine has been meaning to read more since she was a young girl, and yet never got around to it?Why does Sir Thomas Bertram decide to hold a ball at Mansfield Park?\u0026quot;Indeed she had no taste for a garden; and if she gathered flowers at all, it was chiefly for the pleasure of mischief—at least so it was conjectured from her always preferring those which she was forbidden to take.\u0026quot; Which heroine had no interest in gardening, except for the purpose of mischief, when she was young?What items, used for recreation, had Lady Middleton brought to her marriage but seemingly never touched since being married?A good effort. Time to dip back into a few of Austen\u0026#39;s novels? You might enjoy Jane Austen\u0026#39;s England, expertly compiled by Karin Quint. Congratulations! Reading Austen books must be one of your favourite forms of recreation. Why not celebrate your success by taking a look at our back in stock Illustrated Emma!