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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where must Daru take the Arab?
(a) To Ameur.
(b) To Rome.
(c) To Tinguit.
(d) To Paris.
2. After 1948, to what writing genre did Ayme devote most of his talent toward?
(c) Short stories.
3. What made the prodigal son feel close to his father?
4. According to the editor, in what genre does Ayme fail to be successful?
(a) Pure fantasy.
(c) Love stories.
5. How old was the main character when his power was revealed to him?
6. What is the name of the servant who woke Mauriac?
(a) Louis Larpe.
(b) Charles Rouge.
(c) Fredrick Caspussent.
(d) Francois LeBourne.
7. Who designed the statue of Jupiter in "The Death of Judas"?
8. In remembering his time at Grand-Lebrun, what season is it?
9. What is the name the children gave to the school buses that picked them up for school in "Grand-Lebrun"?
10. What kind of mustache did M. Lecuyer wear?
(a) The walrus.
(b) A military one.
(c) Fu Manchu.
(d) A handlebar one.
11. What was the basis of the poem that admitted Judas to the Sanhedrin?
(a) The inelegance of a martyr.
(b) The pompousness of royalty.
(c) The ostentatiousness of the Verusians.
(d) The heroic obstinacy of the Maccabees.
12. What kind of tea does Daru offer the men who have come to the schoolhouse?
13. What animal's hormones does the doctor prescribe the main character in "The Passer-Through-Walls"?
14. According to the editor, what was Claudel always guided by?
15. What does the prodigal son say he can still taste, even after partaking of the calf at the feast?
(b) Sweet acorns.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the nearest village to Daru's schoolhouse?
2. In "Grand-Lebrun", what color are the tiles of the school floor?
3. In "The Passer-Through-Walls", what does the main character collect?
4. What does the following line by Rimbaud mean: mais vous j'ai trop pleure, les aubes sont navrantes?
5. What is a paralytic who has been put back on his feet compared to in "The Death of Judas"?
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