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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the Sadducee?
(a) A Muslim sect
(b) A Christian sect
(c) A Jewish sect
(d) A Sikh sect
2. What nationality are the two men?
3. How does Clamence show his power when it comes to women?
(a) Flexing his muscles
(b) Forcing his women into oaths of faithfulness
(d) Going with whom he please when he pleases
4. What does Clamence suggests happens when he climbs to great heights?
(a) He becomes king
(b) He loses his integrity
(c) He falls
(d) He falls in love
5. In what city was Clamence a defense attorney?
6. What begins Clamence's dissertation on power?
(a) A slave trader's sign
(b) The auditor's lack of confidence
(c) A group of women
(d) The barman's presence
7. What was the narrator's former job?
(d) Army officer
8. Who does Clamence gesture to in the bar?
(a) A waiter
(b) The auditor
(c) A barmaid
(d) A burglar
9. Where does Clamence return to when he is struck?
(a) The grass verge
(b) The bar
(c) His car
(d) His home
10. Who wrote Inferno?
(b) John Milton
(c) Albert Camus
11. What type of drink do the men have?
12. What does the burglar require from Clamence?
(a) A woman
(c) The time
13. What does Clamence want the auditor's sign to summarize?
(a) His life
(b) His feelings
(c) His character
(d) His looks
14. Why does Clamence not want a woman to love him?
(a) Because he could never love
(b) Because of the responsibilty
(c) Because he is a sensualist
(d) Becasue he would have to marry them
15. What does Clamence smile at in this chapter?
(a) A child
(b) A mirror
(c) A dog
(d) A woman
Short Answer Questions
1. From what culture does the deus ex machina come from?
2. What two things does Clamence claim he shares with the auditor?
3. What does Clamence say he is guilty of?
4. What does Clamence refer to himself as?
5. What does Clamence realize about the woman that deceives him?
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