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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Clamence say he lacks in his relationships with women?
(a) An understanding of women
(d) An understanding of love
2. What is the name of the painting?
(a) The Just Judges
(b) The Difference Betwen Wrong and Right
(c) The Judge Pentinent
(d) Innocence and Guilt
3. Who does Clamence say he now possesses as accomplishes
(a) The human race
(d) The Dutch
4. What does Clamence continue to hear even in his forlorn state?
(b) His father's choice
5. What happens to a person's body when they are in the little ease?
(a) It loosens
(b) It snaps in half
(c) It stiffens
(d) It sheds its skin
6. When does Clamence say his fear of judgment was born?
(a) The day he was fired
(b) The night on Pont Royal
(c) The night on the Pont du Art
(d) The incident with the motorcyclist
7. What does Clamence want to confess?
(a) All his sins
(b) His hate
(c) His love
(d) All his problems
8. What kind of faith does the young Frenchman have?
9. What age was the little ease employed?
(a) The iron age
(b) The bronze age
(c) The stone ages
(d) The middle ages
10. Why is Clamence chosen to be pope?
(a) He is nice to the young Frenchman
(b) He has goodness
(c) He is is a complete failure
(d) No one else volunteers
11. Why is water so important in the camp?
(a) It is the only thing to drink
(b) It is a dry climate
(c) There is a shortage
(d) It is needed for everything
12. What does Clamence decide to join after the incident with the dog?
(a) The French resistance
(b) The German army
(c) The church
(d) The masons
13. Who does Clament fantasize assaulting?
(a) His lover
(b) Blind people
(c) His mother
(d) The auditor
14. What are Clamence and the auditor traveling on in this chapter?
(a) A boat
(b) A bus
(c) A tram
(d) A go kart
15. What did Clamence want to achieve by killing himself?
(a) Make a political statement
(b) Play on the emotions of his friends
(c) Make his mother feel guilty
(d) Get in the newspapers
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Clamence say the underlying environment of the Dutch part of town is like?
2. Who does the young man profess hatred for?
3. What does Clamence claim decides a person's guilt?
4. What is a little ease?
5. What do jailers do to a person in the spitting cell?
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