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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. What are the two types of cases that could be used in court for Rubashov?
(a) C and T
(b) P and A
(c) T and P
(d) V and A
2. What principle does Ivanov says governs political ethics?
(a) Politicians will always be corrupt
(b) Politics and religion do not mix
(c) The ends justifies the means
(d) The masses do not know what is good for them
3. What does the barber put under Rubashov’s collar?
(a) Some prison vouchers
(b) A photograph
(c) A piece of chocolate
(d) A piece of paper
4. What color blouses did Arlova always wear?
5. What was Rubashov’s friends’ rationale for convincing him not to help Arlova?
(a) Rubashov cannot change the system if he is kicked out of the system
(b) That Rubashov is more valuable to the revolution
(c) That she was obviously doing something wrong
(d) You can’t save them all
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the last thing prisoner 380 yelled as he is pulled down the corridor?
2. What does Ivanov call Rubashov’s accuser?
3. From what does Rubashov tell Ivanov all of Ivanov’s examples are taken?
4. How did Vassilij get the scar on his neck?
5. What job did Rubashov hold?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Rubashov daydream about on his seventh day in prison?
2. What happens to Rubashov the first time he is imprisoned?
3. What does Rubashov do after he is told he will get no breakfast?
4. Why is the agriculturist killed?
5. What is Rubashov’s flashback about after he is told he will get no breakfast?
6. Why does Rubashov think he is unable to hate No. 1?
7. How does Rubashov prepare for his first interrogation when he thinks they may use the steambath on him?
8. What does Ivanov tell Rubashov the day after Bogrov is killed?
9. Why does Rubashov meet with Little Loewy?
10. How does rub meet Prisoner 406 and what does the 406 show Rubashov?
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