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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Clamence claim decides a person's guilt?
(a) A judge
(b) Public opinion
(c) The media
(d) The government
2. Where does Clamence see the dog?
(a) In his hotel
(b) In a bus
(c) On the metro
(d) On a metro platform
3. Who does Clament fantasize assaulting?
(a) His lover
(b) His mother
(c) The auditor
(d) Blind people
4. What does Clamence say is happiness for him?
(a) Making others unhappy
(b) Making people laugh
(c) Making women cry
(d) Feeling love
5. Who does Clamence want to vilify?
(a) The French prime minister
(b) The royal family
(c) His family
(d) The people he once defended
6. What does Clamence say the underlying environment of the Dutch part of town is like?
(a) Humorous and quaint
(b) Gray, wet and devoid of people
(c) A criminal wasteland
(d) Quiet and shy
7. What does Clamence say he lacks in his relationships with women?
(c) An understanding of love
(d) An understanding of women
8. What does Clamence think shows in every face?
9. What did Clamence want to achieve by killing himself?
(a) Get in the newspapers
(b) Make a political statement
(c) Make his mother feel guilty
(d) Play on the emotions of his friends
10. What does Clamence continue to hear even in his forlorn state?
(d) His father's choice
11. What does Clamence assure the auditor the boat is doing?
(a) Turning back
(b) Traveling at mid speed
(c) Going to Paris
(d) Traveling at top speed
12. What does Clamence say he is not seduced by?
(a) The auditor
(c) Pretty women
(d) The Dutch part of town
13. What city does Clamence contrast Greece to?
14. Who does Clamence offer as pope?
(a) A prison guard
(b) His best friend
(d) The young Frenchman
15. Why does Clamence claim Jesus went quietly to his death?
(a) He had lost his voice
(b) He wanted to suffer
(c) He did not like the idea of being the only one alive
(d) He was looking forward to heaven
Short Answer Questions
1. How do male friends in Greece walk?
2. Who takes Clamence hostage in Tunisia?
3. What does Clamence turn to in an attempt to rediscover his enthusiasm?
4. Why is water so important in the camp?
5. What does Clamence begin to wonder when he contracts liver disease?
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