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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Third Book of Pantagruel: Introduction, Rabelais to Mind of the Queen of Navarre, the King's Privilege, Prologue and Chapters 1-13 (p. 389-461).

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who asks why many men avoid monks in Gargantua: Chapter Thirty-eight?
(a) King Anarch.
(b) Epistemon.
(c) Eudemon.
(d) Carpalim.

2. Of whom is it written, "if ever there was such a one in Paris, a felon, a cheat, a tippler, a loafer, a scrounger, but that apart, the nicest young lad in the world"?
(a) Anarch.
(b) Panurge.
(c) Thaumaste.
(d) Solomon.

3. What does Pantagruel intend to have a look at with his friend in Pantagruel: Chapter Eleven?
(a) Pygmies.
(b) Dipsodes' camp.
(c) The walls of Paris.
(d) La Follie-Gobelin.

4. Who claims that many monks are lazy in Gargantua: Chapter Thirty-eight?
(a) King Picrochole the Third.
(b) Frere Jean.
(c) Solomon.
(d) Gargantua.

5. Where does Pantagruel stroll toward to seek recreation from his studies in Pantagruel: Chapter Eleven?
(a) Orleans.
(b) Poitiers.
(c) Paris.
(d) The Faubourg Saint-Marcel.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does the name Pantagruel mean?

2. Who consults Seraphin Calobarsy to set Gargantua on a better path in Gargantua: Chapter Twenty-one?

3. What English scholar comes to visit Pantagruel in Pantagruel: Chapter Thirteen?

4. What does Gargantua attempt to devote himself to in Gargantua: Chapter Twenty?

5. In Gargantua: Chapter Thirty-one, le Comte Spandassaino and Captain Squirt use what to convince Picrochole to attack the cities and fortresses of Utopia?

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