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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the burglar require from Clamence?
(a) A woman
(b) The time
2. What was used to lower the deus ex machina on to the satge?
(a) A pole
(b) A crane
(c) A pulley
(d) A rope
3. What bridge does Clamence say he stood on in this chapter?
(a) Pont des Arts
(b) Brooklyn Bridge
(c) Amsterdam Bridge
(d) London Bridge
4. What kind of soldier does Clamence tell a story about?
(a) A foreign legion soldier
(b) A Nazi soldier
(c) A Dutch soldier
(d) A Roman soldier
5. What kind of problem does Clamence confess to?
(a) A socital problem
(b) A family problem
(c) A sex problem
(d) A psychological and physical problem
6. What drink does Clamence talk lyrically about?
7. What did Clamence father do for a living?
(a) A lawyer
(b) A pilot
(c) A policeman
(d) An officer in the army
8. On what bridge does Clamence witness a suicide?
(a) Pont des Art
(b) Pont Royal
(c) Du Pont
(d) Pont Cafe
9. What should a master exercise power without?
(a) A whip
10. What does Clamence not want the women he is with to do?
(a) Hate him
(b) Tickle him
(c) Kiss him
(d) Love him
11. What does Clamence believe is necessary?
12. Why does someone in the crowd attack Clamence?
(a) To stop him from attacking the motor cyclist
(b) To stop him from talking to his wife
(c) To force him to leave
(d) To shut him up
13. What nationality are the two men?
14. Why does Clamence help the blind across the street?
(a) For women
(b) Tomake others look bad
(c) For money
(d) To gain pleasure of virtue
15. What does Clamence claim his occupation is?
(b) Judge penitent
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Clamence say he is guilty of?
2. What does Clamence feel when the young woman kills herself?
3. In what book is the circles of hell described?
4. What begins Clamence's dissertation on power?
5. What two traitors does Clamence mention in this chapter?
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