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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the young man want the prison pope to be elected for?
(a) His skill at ping pong
(b) His failings
(c) His height
(d) His ugliness
2. Where is the camp Clamence is sent to?
(b) Cape Town
3. What is the girl's father's pastime?
(c) Horse racing
4. Who does the dog go to instead?
(a) Its owner
(b) Its mother
(c) A young orphan
(d) A young German soldier
5. What age was the little ease employed?
(a) The iron age
(b) The stone ages
(c) The middle ages
(d) The bronze age
6. What are Clamence and the auditor traveling on in this chapter?
(a) A tram
(b) A go kart
(c) A bus
(d) A boat
7. What does Clamence say women do in Greece?
(b) Stay at home
(d) Go to the gym
8. What does Clamence claim the shop signs symbolize?
9. Why is water so important in the camp?
(a) It is a dry climate
(b) There is a shortage
(c) It is needed for everything
(d) It is the only thing to drink
10. Why did Christ die in Clamence's opinion?
(a) He was weak
(b) He wanted to be famous
(c) He was a masochist
(d) His lack of innocence
11. What does Clamence promise to do at the end of chapter 4?
(a) To take the auditor to a bordello
(b) To define a judge penitent
(c) To go home
(d) To seek help
12. What does Clamence think shows in every face?
13. What is a little ease?
(a) A sex toy
(b) A young prostitute
(c) A fountain pen
(d) A torture instrument
14. What does Clamence write poetry about?
(b) Virtues of things he once thought awful
(c) The Arabs
(d) The affect of God on his life
15. What does Clamence turn to in an attempt to rediscover his enthusiasm?
Short Answer Questions
1. When did Clamence first realize he had no friends?
2. What does Clamence think his suicide would do for his friends?
3. What country does Clamence follow his friend to?
4. What is Clamence's most important duty?
5. What disallows Frenchmen from walking hand in hand?
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