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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What country does Clamence follow his friend to?
2. What does Clamence claim decides a person's guilt?
(a) The government
(b) Public opinion
(c) A judge
(d) The media
3. What does Clamence observe on the surface of the water?
(a) A human foot
(b) His trousers
(c) A dark speck
(d) A whale
4. Where is the camp Clamence is sent to?
(d) Cape Town
5. Who painted the painting?
(a) Jan van Eyck
(b) His father
(c) Vincent Van Gogh
6. What other torture apparatus does Clamence mention in this chapter?
(a) A thumb screw
(b) The rack
(c) The hair puller
(d) A spitting cell
7. What kind of faith does the young Frenchman have?
8. What does Clamence suffer from?
9. Who does Clamence offer as pope?
(a) A prison guard
(b) The young Frenchman
(d) His best friend
10. How does Clamence lose his position as pope?
(a) He lies
(b) He drinks the water of a dying man
(c) He becomes an atheist
(d) He confesses his sins
11. Who does Clamence say he now possesses as accomplishes
(c) The human race
(d) The Dutch
12. What does Clamence promise to do at the end of chapter 4?
(a) To seek help
(b) To go home
(c) To define a judge penitent
(d) To take the auditor to a bordello
13. What does Clamence say he lacks in his relationships with women?
(c) An understanding of women
(d) An understanding of love
14. What does the mention of the little ease provoke Clamence to talk about next?
(a) The financial market
(b) Innocence and guilt
(d) Love and marriage
15. Where is Clamence at the beginning of this chapter?
(a) In London
(b) In a hotel
(c) In cafe
(d) In his sick bed
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Clamence want to achieve by killing himself?
2. What is Clamence's most important duty?
3. Where is Clamence sent when he joins the French resistance?
4. Why did Christ die in Clamence's opinion?
5. What is a little ease?
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