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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. Who did Clamence have an argument with?
(a) His brother
(b) A man on a stalled motorcycle
(c) A woman on a dead horse
(d) His wife
2. What type of drink do the men have?
3. What does Clamence refer to himself as?
(a) A Jekyl and Hyde
(b) A philosopher
(c) A fool
(d) A deus ex machina
4. What does Clamence say would happen if every criminal were sentenced?
(a) There would be no crime
(b) Everyone would presume themselves innocent
(c) We would live in Utopia
(d) Society would be soulless
5. What does Clamence suggests happens when he climbs to great heights?
(a) He falls in love
(b) He loses his integrity
(c) He falls
(d) He becomes king
Short Answer Questions
1. What is an example of the use of power Clamence talks about?
2. What does Clamence compare Amsterdam's canals to?
3. How does Clamence show his power when it comes to women?
4. What does Clamence believe is necessary?
5. What does Clamence say we owe the dead?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Clamence say it is easier to be closer to a dead person?
2. What is Clamence's relationship with women?
3. In what way does Clamence compare Amsterdam to Dante's circles of hell?
4. In what way is Clamence similar to the criminals he once defended?
5. Why will Clamence not cross bridges?
6. In what way does chapter three mark the beginning of Clamence's fall?
7. What does Clamence say his sign would be?
8. Summarize the story about the motorcycle Clamence tells in chapter 3?
9. Describe the auditor
10. In what way does the author show that Clamence is not as confident as he claims?
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