1. Who is the main character of the story?
(a) The Devil.
(d) The rabbi.
2. Who is the narrator of the story?
(a) The rabbi.
(b) The Spirit of Evil.
3. What is Gimpel's nickname?
(a) Gimpel the Stupid.
(b) Gimpel the Fool.
(c) Gimpel the Butthead.
(d) Gimpel the Dunce.
4. What is the first thing Gimpel says about himself?
(a) He thinks himself handsome.
(b) He doesn't think himself worthy of life.
(c) He doesn't think himself a fool.
(d) He thinks himself a fool.
5. Who calls Gimpel by his nickname?
(a) His parents.
(b) The townspeople.
(c) The rabbi.
6. When does Gimpel receive his nickname?
(a) As a baby.
(b) When he is a schoolboy.
(c) He doesn't have a nickname.
(d) As an adult.
7. What does Gimpel say his foolishness consists of?
(a) He doesn't like people.
(b) He is easy to take in.
(c) He is stupid.
(d) He tells a lot of jokes.
8. What does Gimpel say about his ability to fight back?
(a) He is no weakling but prefers to let it pass.
(b) He is small and cannot fight.
(c) His parents won't let him hit people.
(d) He beats people up when he gets angry.
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