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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 does the reader sign up to marry three weeks ago?
(a) A farmer
(b) A police officer
(c) The boy next door
(d) A mechanic
2. On what does Rubashov say Ivanov’s loyalty to No. 1 is based?
(c) Logical considerations
(d) Blind faith
3. What does Gletkin say was the purpose of Rubashov’s confession two years previously?
(a) To save his neck
(b) To play one side against another
(c) To stay in the Party
(d) To keep on working
4. What color of scarf is the reader wearing?
5. What does Gletkin say about Arlova?
(a) Rubashov did not denounce her.
(b) She said before she died that Rubashov considered the revolution dead.
(c) She might have been innocent.
(d) Arlova is not really dead.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rubashov call the light in the room where his third hearing is held?
2. What temptation does Rubashov say he has overcome?
3. What does Rubashov realize he missed right after breakfast?
4. What does Gletkin say is the one duty of the revolution?
5. What does Wassilij say after he hears that Rubashov’s sentence is death?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Prisoner 402 say about capitulation? What does Rubashov think of this belief?
2. What are the first two questions the prosecutor asks Rubashov?
3. How does Wassilij’s daughter read the paper to him?
4. What does the reactionary peasant do to end up in prison?
5. To what other charges does Rubashov concede? What is the one charge that is dropped?
6. Why is Rubashov confused after he hands over his confession?
7. What does Rubashov realize about his relationship with Gletkin? Why does he think this?
8. What does Wassilij think about right after the questions concerning Arlova are read to him?
9. With whom does Gletkin confront Rubashov and with what charge?
10. What is the result of Gletkin’s pushing Rubashov with no sleep?
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