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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 51-67 (p. 810-872).

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Panurge and his compatriots discuss the fact that women desire what in Third Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Thirty-four?
(a) Chocolate.
(b) Forbidden things.
(c) Great warriors.
(d) God-like men.

2. Whose reputation grows after winning the dispute against the Englishman in Pantagruel: Chapter Fourteen?
(a) Frere Jean's.
(b) Thaumaste's.
(c) Gargantua's.
(d) Panurge's.

3. Where does Pantagruel's army march to take the entire kingdom by force in Pantagruel: Chapter Twenty-one?
(a) Paris.
(b) The Isle of Ennasin.
(c) Dipsodia.
(d) Amaurots.

4. Who tells Panurge that marriage is a matter fraught with risk in Third Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Twenty-four?
(a) Raminagrobis.
(b) Carpalim.
(c) Thaumaste.
(d) Epistemon.

5. What is abstracted from France by the virtue of the Decretals?
(a) Gold.
(b) Silver.
(c) Bronze.
(d) Diamonds.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Pantagruel intend to have a look at with his friend in Pantagruel: Chapter Eleven?

2. What does Pantagruel cast on deck but not allow his men to preserve in Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Fifty-five?

3. In Pantagruel: Prologue, the author compared the novel to what literary genre?

4. Whose defeat does Carpalim announce to the city in Pantagruel: Chapter Twenty-one?

5. Where do Pantagruel and his men land where the inhabitants eat and drink nothing but wind?

(see the answer key)

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