Mid-Book Test - Easy
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Clamence realize about the woman that deceives him?
(a) She has a mind of her own
(b) She is more intelligent than him
(c) She is angry towards him
(d) She is nasty
2. What does society need to stop an argument from stretching into affinity?
(a) The dynamics between master and servant
(b) The dynamics between man and woman
3. What does Clamence tell his companion to take advantage of?
(a) The free hotel breakfast
(b) His company
(c) The local prostitutes
(d) The lack of security in the hotel
4. In what city was Clamence a defense attorney?
5. What is the first topic to be discussed in this chapter?
(b) The laughter
(d) Crossing bridges
6. Where does Clamence say he is obliged to live?
(a) With his parents
(b) Above mankind
(c) In a homeless shelter
(d) In Amsterdam
7. What does the young woman do in Clamence's story?
(a) Commits suicide
(b) Cuts out her eyes
(c) Robs a bank
(d) Marries a tyrant
8. What does Clamence refer to himself as?
(a) A fool
(b) A Jekyl and Hyde
(c) A deus ex machina
(d) A philosopher
9. Where does Clamence claim Amsterdam's denizens inhabit?
(a) Ancient Greece
(c) Ancient Egypt
(d) Ancient Rome
10. What phrase does Clamence use to describe his fall?
(a) Night when the sky was black and people forgot to smile
(b) Evening when the music stopped and the lights went out.
(c) When everyone turned their backs
(d) Day when he told his wife he did not want to see her again
11. What would be the motto on Clamence's sign?
(a) Don't rely on it
(b) You saw it here first
(c) Love it and hate it
(d) Don't sniff it
12. What is an example of the use of power Clamence talks about?
13. What does Clamence say a woman's faithfulness feeds?
(a) His heart
(b) His soul
(c) His brain
(d) His ego
14. What two things does Clamence claim he shares with the auditor?
(a) Intelligence and age
(b) Appearance and age
(c) Happiness and appearance
(d) A love for women and a love for books
15. What begins Clamence's dissertation on power?
(a) The barman's presence
(b) The auditor's lack of confidence
(c) A slave trader's sign
(d) A group of women
Short Answer Questions
1. What would Clamence's cards read?
2. What does Clamence feel when the young woman kills herself?
3. What does Clamence refer to his new companion as?
4. What bridge does Clamence say he stood on in this chapter?
5. What does Clamence say would happen if every criminal were sentenced?
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