Questionnaire #2
Instructions: Please answer what you think the most reasonable reaction to each scenario is and why you believe that. You can use real life examples, observations, etc. that familiar to you if you wish to support your stance.
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Scenario 1: (Spoilers for Jane Eyre. Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, Mr. Rochester marries a woman who comes from a family in which insanity runs rampant (though he doesn’t know this when he marries her). Their marriage turns into little more than the legal document as she slips into insanity. Divorce was rare to come by in those days; instead of leaving her at an asylum, he locks her away in his home with a woman to take care of her. This is how their marriage continues until Jane Eyre comes into his home and his wife attacks her in the night. Already showing some signs of attachment toward Jane, he must decide what to tell Jane.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with how Mr. Rochester handled the situation; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on what he should have told Jane.
 
Scenario 2: (Spoilers for The Hobbit, but only the first chapter. Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien, Bilbo Baggins lives comfortably in the Shire surrounded by other comfortable hobbits. To be adventurous is not the hobbit way. However, when Gandalf – a wizard with tales of adventure following him from every corner of the world – approached Bilbo with an opportunity to join a group of dwarves to reclaim their stolen treasure and home from the Lonely Mountain, Bilbo is excited by the prospect of adventures like his mother’s family used to go on.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Bilbo’s reaction to Gandalf’s proposition; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on how he should have reacted.
 
Scenario 3: (Spoilers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.)  In the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, Severus Snape – the professor of Potions at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – very abuses and taunts Harry Potter during the years he attends school there. In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a better side of his character is revealed before he dies. He attempts to make amends by helping Harry Potter and his friends collect and destroy horcruxes – parts of the evil wizard Voldemort’s soul. Also, his undying love for Lily Potter – Harry’s mother – and his jealousy and hatred for James Potter – Harry’s father – are revealed.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Harry’s reaction to Snape’s character development in the last book; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on how he should have reacted.
 
Scenario 4: (Spoilers for “Romeo and Juliet.” Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” Romeo pines after Rosaline until he meets her cousin, Juliet, at a party. The two fall in love but the feud between their families keeps them apart. Juliet’s family wants her to marry Paris instead.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Juliet’s course of action following her family’s push toward Paris; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on what she should have done.
 
Scenario 5: (Spoilers for Mockingjay. Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In the Hunger Games trilogy bySuzanne Collins, Katniss and Peeta are forced together in life-threatening trials that are televised across the districts. In order to have an advantage over the other participants, the two create a fake on-screen relationship to gain sympathy from viewers who can assist them during the trials. Even though Katniss has feelings for Gale back home, when the series ends, she feels that she has been through more than Gale would ever understand.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Katniss Everdeen’s decision in Mockingjay’s epilogue; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on what she should have done.
 
Scenario 6: (Spoilers for Pride and Prejudice. Proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet develops feelings for Mr. Wickham. After Mr. Darcy reveals Wickham’s past engagement to his sister and other flaws that cannot be overlooked by Elizabeth, part of her wants to reveal his character to the world. When she asks his older sister for her opinion, Jane advises her to keep it a secret but forget her feelings for Wickham.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Elizabeth Bennet’s decision of telling or not telling people about Wickham’s character; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on what she should have done.
 
Scenario 7: (Spoilers for one of the Sarah J. Maas books. Because it is new, if you have not read all of her books, proceed with caution to avoid spoilers or you may skip this question entirely.) In A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas, Mor reveals to Feyre that she is homosexual, though no one else knows. If her family found out, they would be able to use it to hurt her in the worst ways possible. Also, she fears others shunning her for her sexuality. One of her good male friends and a fellow member of the Inner Court – Azriel – has feelings for her, though.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with how she handles the situation; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion on what she should have done.
 
Scenario 8: (Spoilers for Roar, but nothing beyond the first couple chapters. Because this book is new, proceed with caution or you may skip this question entirely.) In the novel Roar by Cora Carmack, the heir to the throne – Aurora – must marry in order to keep the fact that she was born without inherited abilities to fight storms a secret. If she does not marry before the Rage season of storms begin, Aurora will most likely lose her throne and risk the safety of the lives living in her land. Her mother chooses the second-born royal son of a neighboring land as her future son-in-law even though the family has a reputation for cruelty. When Aurora meets him for the first time, she begins to consider that they can have a happy marriage until she overhears her betrothed telling his brother about how he plans to use the marriage for his own gain.

If you have read the book, please state whether or not you agree with Aurora’s course of action; why or why not? If you have not, please give your opinion of what she should do in this situation.
 
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