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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do jailers do to a person in the spitting cell?
(a) Throw hot coffee in their face
(b) Spit on them
(c) Pull their hair
(d) Gouge their eyes
2. What is the girl's father's pastime?
(c) Horse racing
3. Where did the painting once hang?
(a) The national gallery
(b) Windsor Castle
(c) Buckingham Palace
(d) The Mexico City bar
4. Why does Clamence claim he is a Judge Pentinent?
(a) Because of the hypocrisy of the world
(b) Because his father was
(c) Because the world is unjust
(d) Because he is funny
5. What does Clamence say he is at the end of the chapter?
(a) Innocent of his sins
(b) A modern tyrant
(c) A lost soul
(d) A modern prophet
6. What does Clamence promise to do at the end of chapter 4?
(a) To go home
(b) To define a judge penitent
(c) To seek help
(d) To take the auditor to a bordello
7. What is Clamence's most important duty?
(a) To manage water rations
(b) To bribe the guards
(c) To forgive sinners
(d) To find women
8. Where is the camp Clamence is sent to?
(c) Cape Town
9. How many subjects has Clamence got to deal with before he tackles the judge pentinent?
10. What does Clamence suffer from?
11. What does Clamence begin to wonder when he contracts liver disease?
(a) If his life was a waste
(b) If he is a good person
(c) If he survive the day
(d) If there is a god
12. Who painted the painting?
(a) His father
(b) Jan van Eyck
(c) Vincent Van Gogh
13. What does Clamence claim the shop signs symbolize?
14. What country does Clamence follow his friend to?
15. What does Clamence say is the only reason for suicide?
(a) To go to heaven
(b) To observe its affects
(c) To end ones life
(d) To get out of debt
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Clamence say happens to everybody he meets?
2. What does the young man want the prison pope to be elected for?
3. What is the first stage of Clamence's argument?
4. What does Clamence turn to in an attempt to rediscover his enthusiasm?
5. How does Clamence celebrate the curing of his illness?
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