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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who goes to the witness stand in Mitya's trial after Alyosha?
2. What does the defense attorney suggest Fyodor was not in terms of a father during his speech in Mitya's trial?
3. Where is Mitya planning on escaping to after his trial?
4. What does Ivan want to know if Smerdyakov faked when he visits him in Book 11, Chapter 7?
(a) His niceness.
(b) His insanity.
(c) His epileptic fit.
(d) His quiet demeanor.
5. Where does Ilyusha's doctor say he must go in order to be saved from his illness?
6. Who does Katarina show Alyosha a letter from in Book 11, Chapter 7?
7. What has Lise abandoned when Alyosha visits her in Book 11?
(a) Her clothes.
(b) Her bed.
(c) Her confines.
(d) Her wheelchair.
8. Who is called in but found that their opinions are useless in Mitya's trial?
(a) Mitya's friends.
(b) Medical experts.
(c) Mitya's brothers.
(d) Character witnesses.
9. Whose oration does the audience applaud at the end of Mitya's trial?
(a) The prosecutor's.
(c) The defense attorney's.
(d) The judge's.
10. What does the prosecutor begin his final speech talking about in Mitya's trial?
(a) Russian society.
(b) The church.
(c) The Bible.
(d) French society.
11. Who does Mitya believe he is being arrested for the murder of in Part 3?
12. What does the defense attorney tell the jurors they are in charge of deciding in addition to the truth of Mitya's story?
(a) Their own conscience.
(b) The fate of humanity.
(c) The social standards.
(d) The truth of Russia.
13. Who confesses to Ivan that he killed Fyodor?
14. Who does Katarina say she has a newfound love for in Book 12, Chapter 6?
15. What is Grushenka's old Polish lover asking her for during Mitya's trial?
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose story is told in Book 10, Chapter 1?
2. What does the jury give as their judgment in Mitya's trial?
3. Who takes the witness stand after Katarina in the book?
4. What does the prosecutor's speech appear to be to the peasants and Russians in the courtroom?
5. What does the defense lawyer introduce as a new point of contention in his final speech in regards to Fyodor's empty envelope?
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