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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Fifth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 26-47, Epigram and 3 Appendixes (p. 960-1041).

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. Who summons the inhabitants of the city to set fire to the Dipsodes' camp in Pantagruel: Chapter Eighteen?
(a) Carpalim.
(b) Loup Garou.
(c) King Anarch.
(d) Rabelais.

3. Third Book of Pantagruel: Introduction states that the humanist type of this book was published by whom?
(a) Chretien Wechel of Paris.
(b) Frere Jean.
(c) King Anarch.
(d) Braggart.

4. What does the name Pantagruel mean?
(a) Giant man.
(b) All love.
(c) Cruel leader.
(d) All thirst.

5. What man with a Germanic tongue does Pantagruel meet in Pantagruel: Chapter Nine?
(a) Ulysses.
(b) Panurge.
(c) Hugh.
(d) Gargantua.

Short Answer Questions

1. King Benius shows Pantagruel and his men the monastery he built for whom in Fifth Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Twenty-six?

2. With whom does Panurge share a discussion about a monastical cabbala concerning salted beef in Third Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Fifteen?

3. Who points out the land where Quaremeprenant reigns in Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapter Twenty-nine?

4. Where does the Queen allow Pantagruel and his men to choose one of the most outstanding Lanterns as their guide?

5. What does Gargantua's mother eat a lot of during her pregnancy in Gargantua: Chapter Four?

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