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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Clamence not want a woman to love him?
(a) Because he is a sensualist
(b) Because of the responsibilty
(c) Because he could never love
(d) Becasue he would have to marry them
2. Where does Clamence claim Amsterdam's denizens inhabit?
(a) Ancient Greece
(b) Ancient Rome
(c) Ancient Egypt
3. What is the only language the bartender speaks?
4. What kind of soldier does Clamence tell a story about?
(a) A foreign legion soldier
(b) A Roman soldier
(c) A Nazi soldier
(d) A Dutch soldier
5. What would Clamence's cards read?
(a) John Bapiste, the one and only
(b) John Baptiste Clamence, play actor
(c) Clamence, true to his word
(d) Jesus Christ, fake
6. What does the burglar require from Clamence?
(b) The time
(d) A woman
7. What does Clamence see when he when he turn around?
(a) A red balloon
(c) A child
(d) His dead father
8. What does Clamence claim his occupation is?
(a) Judge penitent
9. Where does Clamence say he is obliged to live?
(a) Above mankind
(b) In a homeless shelter
(c) With his parents
(d) In Amsterdam
10. Why does the narrator leave his companion at the bridge?
(a) He is in a hurry
(b) He never crosses bridges
(c) He sees a friend
(d) He does not want the hotel owner to see him
11. What kind of problem does Clamence confess to?
(a) A family problem
(b) A psychological and physical problem
(c) A sex problem
(d) A socital problem
12. What does Clamence believe is necessary?
13. What type of drink do the men have?
14. What does Clamence say he is constantly attached to?
(c) His mother
15. What does Clamence claim a servant should serve with?
(a) A smile
(b) A scowl
(c) A serious expression
(d) A beady eye
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Clamence gesture to in the bar?
2. What drink does Clamence talk lyrically about?
3. What does Clamence claim he is?
4. What does the Nazi soldier ask a mother?
5. What does Clamence say he is successful with?
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