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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. In Chapter 8, what does Vladimir discuss with his father in the garden?
(a) The pursuit of happiness.
2. In the prologue, who is sitting with the host after the other guests leave?
(a) Sergey Nicolayevich.
(b) Vladimir Petrovich.
(c) Sergey Nicolayevich and Princess Zinaida Zasyekin.
(d) Sergey Nicolayevich and Vladimir Petrovich.
3. What is Vladimir doing for Princess Zasyekin at the end of Chapter 8?
(a) Cleaning her house.
(b) Reading to her.
(c) Copying a petition.
(d) Yard work.
4. What did M. Petrovich hear about Zinaida?
(a) She is charming.
(b) She is ugly.
(c) She is married.
(d) She is cruel.
5. What was Princess Zasyekin's husband like?
(b) Ugly and rude.
(c) A peasent.
(d) Well-bred but ridiculous.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 3, what is Princess Zasyekin involved in?
2. Why didn't Vladimir's parents marry?
3. In Chapter 4, at what time does Princess Zasyekin say she will meet Mme. Petrovich?
4. What appears in the window of the second lodge?
5. How much does Byelovzorov offer to pay Vladimir for his ticket?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Vladimir see riding together at the end of Chapter 14? Why is this significant?
2. What does the pantry boy tell Vladimir about his parent's fight?
3. Who does Zinaida say will get her a horse and why does this shock Vladimir?
4. What advice does Dr. Looshin give to Vladimir in Chapter 20?
5. Describe Princess Zasyekin. What does she want from Vladimir's family?
6. What is Vladimir's mother's impression of Princess Zasyekin?
7. Describe the story Zinaida tells her guests in Chapter 16.
8. What information is in the anonymous letter Vladimir's mother receives? Who do you think sent the letter?
9. What does Vladimir see when he spies on Zinaida in the garden in Chapter 17?
10. Describe Vladimir's character as described in Chapter 1.
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