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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is the camp Clamence is sent to?
(d) Cape Town
2. What brings an end to Clamence's brief happiness?
(b) The death of his mother
(c) Losing his job
(d) Liver disease
3. What disallows Frenchmen from walking hand in hand?
(a) The government
4. Who does the girl want to punish when she kills herself?
(a) Her mother
(b) Her boyfriend
(c) Her father
(d) Her brother
5. In what chapter did Clamence first mention the little ease?
(a) Chapter 4
(b) Chapter 1
(c) Chapter 2
(d) Chapter 3
6. What does Clamence say he has a lack of?
7. What does Clamence observe on the surface of the water?
(a) A human foot
(b) His trousers
(c) A whale
(d) A dark speck
8. What does Clamence say he is at the end of the chapter?
(a) A modern prophet
(b) Innocent of his sins
(c) A lost soul
(d) A modern tyrant
9. What does Clamence turn to in an attempt to rediscover his enthusiasm?
10. Who does the young man profess hatred for?
(a) The guards
(b) All priests
(c) His family
(d) The pope
11. Why is water so important in the camp?
(a) It is needed for everything
(b) It is a dry climate
(c) There is a shortage
(d) It is the only thing to drink
12. Why did Christ die in Clamence's opinion?
(a) He wanted to be famous
(b) He was weak
(c) He was a masochist
(d) His lack of innocence
13. Why must the doves remain in the sky?
(a) They need to protect
(b) They don't want to die
(c) There is nowhere to land
(d) They need to observe
14. What does Clamence think shows in every face?
15. Where is Clamence sent when he joins the French resistance?
(a) East Europe
(b) North Africa
(c) South Asia
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Clamence lose his position as pope?
2. What is the sky full of?
3. What is the first stage of Clamence's argument?
4. What is the dark speck in reality?
5. Where did the painting once hang?
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