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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Zaretsky?
(a) A wise old man.
(b) Vladimir Lensky's guardian.
(c) An honorable citizen with a blameless past.
(d) Cheif gamber and trouble maker in town.
2. What does Tatyana notice about all her relatives in Moscow?
(a) They are all so sophisticated.
(b) They seem to pursue what they want.
(c) They haven't changed at all.
(d) They remember her more than she remembers them.
3. When Tatyana flees from him, what does the bear in her dream do?
(a) Follows at her heels.
(b) Continually reappear in front of her.
(c) Fall into the raging river.
(d) Turn into Eugene Onegin.
4. How does Tatyana react to the news that they are going to Moscow?
(a) She hopes to run into Eugene Onegin.
(b) She looks forward to seeing the rest of her family.
(c) She looks forward to bustle of the city to help distract her.
(d) She knows she will be mocked for her country ways.
5. Who does the narrator say speaks to us from the grave?
(a) The great artists of the past.
(b) Our past loves.
(c) No one.
(d) Our families and ancestors.
6. Who calls on Eugene Onegin the morning after the name day celebration?
(c) Vladimir Lensky.
7. In the spring after the winter that Vladimir Lensky died, what is the state of his grave?
(a) A wreath no longer hangs above it.
(b) All the above.
(c) The shepard is the only person that comes around.
(d) The paths to it are all overgrown.
8. What is likely to have happened after the name day celebration had Zaretsky not intervened?
(a) Vladimir Lensky would have confronted Olga before Eugene Onegin.
(b) Vladimir Lensky may have gone to murder Eugene that night.
(c) The whole affair might have blown over without a duel after emotions cooled.
(d) The duel would not have been executed correctly according to tradition.
9. What is the narrator's impression of winter in the country?
(a) It is a time when no one, not even Eugene, can resist the charm of the countryside.
(b) It is a time of depression and illness.
(c) It is a time of simple beauties.
(d) It holds joy only for the leisurely wealthy.
10. What was Tatyana's response to meeting Eugene Onegin again at the ball after she is married?
(a) She was nearly overwhelmed and turned pale.
(b) She became agitated and short with the people around her.
(c) No one but Eugene could see her distress.
(d) She showed no emotion whatsoever about it.
11. What is the dinner party like that Eugene Onegin attends at the prince's house?
(a) The best of society with lively banter controlled by the regal hostess Tatyana.
(b) A mockery of high society and fashion.
(c) A stately dinner of politics and diplomacies beyond Tatyana's comprehension.
(d) A desperate superficial attempt to appear wealthy.
12. How does Tatyana spend the summer before she travels to Moscow?
(a) Gleaning news of Eugene Onegin's habits in Moscow.
(b) Walking in the country saying goodbye to the nature she loves.
(c) Writing letters to her acquaintances so they will expect her.
(d) Trying to learn how to fit in once she arrives in Moscow.
13. What does Eugene Onegin do when Zaretsky demands he have a second for the duel?
(a) Tries to use this oversight as leverage to call off the duel.
(b) Tries to name Lensky as his second.
(c) Names his man in waiting as his second.
(d) Laughs at him.
14. How does Tatyana fare in society in Moscow?
(a) She misses her home in the country.
(b) She finds people trite, shallow, and dull.
(c) She attracts the attention of a powerful general.
(d) All of the above.
15. How did Lensky fall during the duel?
(a) After wounding Onegin, Lensky is mortally shot.
(b) Lensky's gun backfires and kills him.
(c) During the third round of shots, Lensky is killed.
(d) Lensky is mortally killed before getting off a single shot.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens after the winter of Eugene and Tatyana's separation in Moscow?
2. Which of the following comparisons can be made according to the story Eugene Onegin?
3. What is Olga's future after losing Vladimir Lensky?
4. In the beginning of Tatyana's dream, where is she?
5. What is Tatyana like when we see her at the ball in the last chapter?
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