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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Clamence claim would be true happiness for him?
(a) Eight wives
(b) A non existent sex drive
(c) Seven virgins
(d) Women waiting on him
2. What does Clamence say he was forced to remember?
(a) His parents
(b) His love for life
(c) His brother
(d) His actions and motivations
3. What does the young woman do in Clamence's story?
(a) Commits suicide
(b) Cuts out her eyes
(c) Robs a bank
(d) Marries a tyrant
4. What was used to lower the deus ex machina on to the satge?
(a) A pulley
(b) A rope
(c) A crane
(d) A pole
5. Where does Clamence claim Amsterdam's denizens inhabit?
(b) Ancient Greece
(c) Ancient Rome
(d) Ancient Egypt
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Clamence say his own sign would look like?
2. What does Clamence claim a servant should serve with?
3. What does Clamence say a woman's faithfulness feeds?
4. What does Clamence have a firm belief in?
5. What does the Nazi soldier ask a mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why will Clamence not cross bridges?
2. What does Clamence say his sign would be?
3. Why does Clamence say he strives to be selfless?
4. What is Clamence's opinion on slavery?
5. How does Clamence see himself?
6. How does the narrator compare Amsterdam and Paris?
7. In what way does chapter three mark the beginning of Clamence's fall?
8. How is Clamence's role as a deus ex machina an accurate metaphor for his work with the demoralized criminals of Paris?
9. In what way is Clamence similar to the criminals he once defended?
10. Why does Clamence say it is easier to be closer to a dead person?
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