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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What two things does Clamence claim he shares with the auditor?
(a) Intelligence and age
(b) A love for women and a love for books
(c) Happiness and appearance
(d) Appearance and age
2. What does society need to stop an argument from stretching into affinity?
(a) The dynamics between man and woman
(c) The dynamics between master and servant
3. What does Clamence realize about the woman that deceives him?
(a) She is nasty
(b) She is angry towards him
(c) She is more intelligent than him
(d) She has a mind of her own
4. What is the first topic to be discussed in this chapter?
(b) Crossing bridges
(c) The laughter
5. In what book is the circles of hell described?
(a) The koran
(c) Paradise Lost
(d) The bible
6. In what city was Clamence a defense attorney?
7. What does Clamence say he is constantly attached to?
(c) His mother
8. What does Clamence suggests happens when he climbs to great heights?
(a) He falls
(b) He loses his integrity
(c) He becomes king
(d) He falls in love
9. What two passions do Parisians have?
(a) Coffee and crepes
(b) Ideas and fornication
(c) Religion and education
(d) Wine and cheese
10. What two traitors does Clamence mention in this chapter?
(a) Judas and Lucifer
(b) Lucifer and Trotsky
(c) Guy Fawkes and Judas
(d) Guy Fawkes and Lucifer
11. What question does the first line of this chapter ask?
(a) What is a judge-penitent?
(b) Why is the bar called Mexico City?
(c) Who is the auditor?
(d) Where is Amsterdan?
12. What kind of problem does Clamence confess to?
(a) A psychological and physical problem
(b) A sex problem
(c) A socital problem
(d) A family problem
13. Who did Clamence have an argument with?
(a) His wife
(b) A woman on a dead horse
(c) His brother
(d) A man on a stalled motorcycle
14. Who does Clamence gesture to in the bar?
(a) A barmaid
(b) The auditor
(c) A waiter
(d) A burglar
15. What are the Sadducee?
(a) A Muslim sect
(b) A Jewish sect
(c) A Sikh sect
(d) A Christian sect
Short Answer Questions
1. What bridge does Clamence say he stood on in this chapter?
2. How did Clamence get across bridges after he heard the laugh?
3. What does Clamence accuse the Dutch of being?
4. What does Clamence refer to himself as?
5. What does Clamence believe is necessary?
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