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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 about Sharik nearly drives Philippovich crazy in Chapter 5?
(a) His habit of sleeping all day.
(b) His odour.
(c) His mannerisms and speech.
(d) The amount of noise he makes at night.
2. What is the dog in Chapter 1 said to be lacking?
(b) An owner.
(c) A leg.
(d) A collar.
3. What color hair does one of Philippovich's patients have?
(a) Bright red.
4. Where did the gentleman in Chapter 1 buy his meat?
(a) From the local butcher.
(b) The Moscow Agricultural Industries store.
(c) From the Moscow Grocers' Association.
(d) From a street vendor.
5. What does Philippovich ask Zina to get for him in Chapter 4?
(a) A blanket for Sharik.
(b) His newspaper.
(c) A bottle of champagne.
(d) Clean underwear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Philippovich advise the group of four who visit his office to wear?
2. What happens on January 6th?
3. How many times had the man whose organs were used for Sharik's surgery been arrested?
4. Where is the quotation, "No man can serve two masters" from?
5. What does the item Bormenthal is carrying smell like to Sharik?
Short Essay Questions
1. What progress does Sharik make after January 10th?
2. Besides the missing galoshes stand, what complaints does Philippovich voice about the new Soviet order?
3. What causes Sharik distress early in Chapter 4?
4. How does the dog judge people, and what does he decide about the sharply dressed gentleman?
5. What does Philippovich rant about at dinner with Dr. Bormenthal?
6. How does Sharik learn to read and why?
7. Why does Bormenthal close his case history at the end of Chapter 5?
8. In Chapter 3, what does Sharik destroy from Philippovich's office, and why isn't he punished?
9. What are the first signs that Sharik is undergoing a transformation?
10. What is the dog doing at the beginning of Chapter 1?
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