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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who tries to create doubt in the minds of the jurors in Book 12, Chapter 12?
2. What does Mitya agree to being guilty of at the beginning of his trial?
(a) A drunkard and thief.
(b) A murderer.
(c) A thief.
(d) A drunkard and scoundrel.
3. Who becomes loud and angry and is warned by the judge to stay in bounds in Book 12, Chapter 14?
4. Where does Ilyusha's doctor say he must go in order to be saved from his illness?
5. Who is the first person called to testify from Mitya's family during his trial?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Madame Khokhlakov sick in bed with in Book 11?
2. What does a town doctor say he remembers buying Mitya when he was a little boy during the trial?
3. Who does Alyosha go to meet in at the beginning of the Epilogue?
4. What does Ivan begin raving about after hearing voices at the end of Book 11?
5. What does Ivan want to know if Smerdyakov faked when he visits him in Book 11, Chapter 7?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Grushenka's testimony in Mitya's trial described?
2. How is Kolya described when he is first seen in Part 4, Book 10, Chapter 1?
3. What points of contention does the defense lawyer introduce in Part 4, Book 12, Chapter 11?
4. What is the nature of the discussion between Ivan and Smerdyakov in Part 4, Book 11, Chapter 6?
5. How does Mitya react when the police make him take off his clothes for examination?
6. What does Alyosha discover about a secret between Mitya and Ivan in Part 4, Book 11, Chapter 4?
7. What is the nature of Alyosha and Grushenka's discussion in Part 4, Book 11, Chapter 1?
8. How does the judge react when Kirillovich begins quoting from the Bible loudly during Mitya's trial?
9. How is Alyosha and Kolya's first interaction described?
10. How does the defense attorney describe Fyodor in Part 4, Book 12, Chapter 13?
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