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In Emma, what does Mr Woodhouse disapprove of people eating at Miss Taylor's wedding?
On arriving at Northanger Abbey Catherine Morland soon finds out that General Tilney is concerned that they shall not all be ready for dinner in time. What time is it that Miss Tilney and Catherine leave to change for dinner?
Twenty to five
Half past six
Quarter past six
In Sense and Sensibility, Mrs Jennings says that her husband liked to drink what as a cure for his gout?
Dr James' gin
In Pride and Prejudice, Mrs Bennet concludes that when he comes back from London Mr Bingley shall dine at Longbourn and the family dinner will involve how many full courses?
In Emma, Mr Knightley sends a sack of what to Miss Bates?
In Persuasion, where do Charles and Mary Musgrove go to dine while Anne is left to look after their son?
The Great House at Uppercross
When he visits Mansfield Park, what is the last meal William shares with Fanny before he has to leave to go back to his ship?
In Pride and Prejudice, Mr Collins manages to insult Mrs Bennet within hours of first meeting her by asking what?
Whether they were often able to indulge in such delicious cuts of meat
Which of his fair cousins had cooked the dinner
If he might have the honour of saying grace for them all
In Northanger Abbey, when Mrs Allen and Catherine attend their first ball in Bath, why do they have such an uncomfortable time in the tea room?
Mrs Allen has hot tea spilt on her
The room is too hot and sticky for them
They feel embarrassed because they don't know anyone
In Emma, where does the famous picnic take place?
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