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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the only language the bartender speaks?
2. In what city was Clamence a defense attorney?
3. What nationality are the two men?
4. What does Clamence accuse the Dutch of being?
5. What does Clamence refer to his new companion as?
(a) A slave
(b) A Sadduce
(c) A martyr
(d) A mason
6. What question does the first line of this chapter ask?
(a) What is a judge-penitent?
(b) Where is Amsterdan?
(c) Why is the bar called Mexico City?
(d) Who is the auditor?
7. What was the deus ex machina's role in a play?
(a) To pronounce its end
(b) To pronouce its beginning
(c) To kill the maiden
(d) To save the maiden
8. What two traitors does Clamence mention in this chapter?
(a) Guy Fawkes and Judas
(b) Lucifer and Trotsky
(c) Judas and Lucifer
(d) Guy Fawkes and Lucifer
9. What kind of problem does Clamence confess to?
(a) A sex problem
(b) A socital problem
(c) A psychological and physical problem
(d) A family problem
10. What should a master exercise power without?
(c) A whip
11. What are the Sadducee?
(a) A Sikh sect
(b) A Christian sect
(c) A Jewish sect
(d) A Muslim sect
12. What does Clamence compare Amsterdam's canals to?
(a) The circles of hell
(b) Angels guarding heaven's gate
(c) Neverending love
(d) Medieval castles
13. What would Clamence's cards read?
(a) Jesus Christ, fake
(b) Clamence, true to his word
(c) John Baptiste Clamence, play actor
(d) John Bapiste, the one and only
14. How does Clamence show his power when it comes to women?
(a) Flexing his muscles
(c) Going with whom he please when he pleases
(d) Forcing his women into oaths of faithfulness
15. What does Clamence want the auditor's sign to summarize?
(a) His character
(b) His life
(c) His looks
(d) His feelings
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator call the barman?
2. Who does Clamence claim he used to act as an advocate for?
3. What does society need to stop an argument from stretching into affinity?
4. Who did Clamence have an argument with?
5. What does Clamence smile at in this chapter?
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