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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 Desplein claim the human body lacks?
(a) An ethical mind.
(b) A heart.
(c) A soul.
(d) A memory.
2. What does Desplein's student do when he follows Desplein into church?
(a) Tells the priest that Desplein does not belong in the church.
(b) Goes into confession.
(c) Kneels by him.
(d) Hides in the back of the church.
3. According to Jean Bridelle, in the beginning of "Minuet", what has he seen at close range?
4. What happens to Julian's parents while they are sleeping in his wife's bed?
(a) Julian kills them.
(b) Julian's wife kills them.
(c) Julian's brother-in-law kills them.
(d) The Emperor kills them.
5. Who pays for the masses that Desplein attends?
(a) The church's priest.
(c) His mother.
(d) His father.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why are adults celebrating in "The Old Clown"?
2. What is wrong with the "gift" that Micromegas gives to the humans?
3. What is the name of one of the philosophers that the men give to Micromegas in response to a human's soul?
4. What has happened to Julian's parents since he left them and married?
5. What religion was the water carrier that Desplein knew as a young man?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the men on the ship tell Micromegas and the Saturnian their time is spent doing?
2. Why is Horace surprised that Desplein attended a mass?
3. According to the old couple, what is the minuet?
4. Why was Micromegas condemned?
5. Describe the type of friend that Horace Bianchon was.
6. Describe how Desplein saw the earth.
7. Explain the prophecy and circumstances that Julian's mother heard of his future in "The Legend of St. Julian Hospitaler."
8. What was Desplein's first selfless act that Horace witnessed?
9. What was Julian taught when he was seven-years-old?
10. How did the curse of the stag come to be true in "The Legend of St. Julian Hospitaler?"
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