The Jane Austen Quiz - All About AnimalsWhat kind of pet does Lady Bertram have?\u0026quot;“And is this all?” cried Elizabeth. “I expected at least that the pigs were got into the garden, and here is nothing but _____.\u0026quot;\u0026quot; What was it that had caused such a fuss for Elizabeth to think, judging by the level of excitement from Maria Lucas, that the pigs had got out?Which of these characters, when we first meet them, is boasting about the speed of his horses?What excuse does Mrs Bennet have for making Jane go to Netherfield on horseback instead of in the carriage?What is the name of the horse which Willoughby gifts to Marianne?Which of these is the name of a kind of gaming counter used by Austen\u0026#39;s characters?Which character, having married for money rather than love, consoles themselves by taking a great interest \u0026quot;in his breed of horses and dogs, and in sporting of every kind\u0026quot;?\u0026quot;“When you have killed all your own birds, Mr. Bingley,” said her mother, “I beg you will come here, and shoot as many as you please on Mr. Bennet’s manor. I am sure he will be vastly happy to oblige you, and will save all the best of the ____ for you.”\u0026quot; What word is missing from this quote?\u0026quot;It was soon Uppercross with him almost every day. The Musgroves could hardly be more ready to invite than he to come, particularly in the morning, when he had no companion at home, for the Admiral and Mrs Croft were generally out of doors together, interesting themselves in their new possessions, their grass, and their sheep, and dawdling about in a way not endurable to a third person\u0026quot; Who is the him who was at Uppercross almost every day while the Crofts looked at sheep?\u0026quot;“But ______does not want to marry. I am sure he has not the least idea of it. Do not put it into his head. Why should he marry?—He is as happy as possible by himself; with his farm, and his sheep, and his library, and all the parish to manage; and he is extremely fond of his brother’s children. He has no occasion to marry, either to fill up his time or his heart.”\u0026quot; Who is the gentleman being referred to in this quote?A good effort! But better luck next week. Why not take a look at our Jane Austen Miniature Library so you re-explore Jane\u0026#39;s novels, wherever you go. Excellent quizzing! Well done. If this look at Austen and animals in her novels intrigued you, we think you\u0026#39;ll love our new Jane Austen Duck!