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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Yakov's visions, whom does he imagine himself having conversations with?
(a) The warden.
(b) The Tsar.
(c) The colonel.
(d) The prosecutor.
2. When the warden learns of the unauthorized prison visit Yakov was allowed, who is arrested?
3. What does the person speaking to Yakov through his cell door share with Yakov about the speaker's son?
(a) He has been married.
(b) He has been tried.
(c) He has been arrested.
(d) He has become a father.
4. After reading the indictment, how does Yakov feel?
5. One day, Yakov receives something from Marfa. What is it?
(a) Account information.
(b) A letter.
(c) A signed confession.
(d) A statement.
6. As the attorney prepares to leave, he informs Yakov that another man will act as Yakov's attorney during the trial because the government is accusing him of something. What is the government accusing the attorney meeting with Yakov of?
(a) Fostering revolution.
7. According to the indictment, how many wounds are on Zhenia?
8. What happens as Yakov is pacing his cell after his new attorney departs?
(a) Yakov cuts his chains loose.
(b) Yakov faints.
(c) Yakov's legs swell.
(d) Yakov screams.
9. In the new indictment brought to Yakov by the warden, what has been removed?
(a) Nikolai's statement.
(b) Marfa's rantings.
(c) The molestation tale.
(d) The smuggling story.
10. As Yakov is preparing to leave for his trial, what does the deputy warden insist must happen before Yakov leaves?
(a) His cavity search.
(b) His daily beating.
(c) His cell search.
(d) His daily breakfast.
11. After his cell is searched in Chapter 7, Part 2, Yakov becomes despondent. What does Yakov find pleasure in thinking about?
12. While the visitor and Yakov are together, what story do the two men argue about?
13. As the story ends, what does Yakov conclude?
(a) Fairness is worth fighting for.
(b) Religion is worth fighting for.
(c) Liberty is worth fighting for.
(d) The truth is worth fighting for.
14. On the envelope containing the papers brought to Yakov by his visitor, he writes a message. What language is the message on the envelope in?
15. When is the next time the prosecutor comes to visit Yakov?
(a) In the middle of dinner.
(b) In the middle of winter.
(c) In the middle of the day.
(d) In the middle of the night.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the person visiting Yakov sell beets to?
2. What name does Yakov mention that causes the prosecutor to angrily leave Yakov's cell?
3. What happens when Yakov's carriage arrives outside of the courthouse?
4. As Yakov prepares to go to trial, what does he see in his visions?
5. Since he no longer is keeping track of the days, what does Yakov spend his time doing?
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