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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 do neighbors report about the night Sharikov died?
(a) They heard a dog barking all night.
(b) They didn't notice anything unual.
(c) There were loud noises all night.
(d) The examination room lights were on all night.
2. By the time the commotion that Sharikov causes in Chapter 8 is over, what is the hour?
(b) One-thirty a.m.
(c) Five a.m.
(d) Three a.m.
3. What charge is brought against the arrested parties for what happened to Sharikov?
(b) Cruelty against animals.
(d) Failure to report a crime.
4. What does Bormenthal volunteer to do in Chapter 8?
(a) Poison Sharikov.
(b) Strangle Sharikov.
(c) Shoot Sharikov.
(d) Kidnap Sharikov.
5. What is the object that Philippovich examines in a jar?
(a) Sharik's gall bladder.
(b) Sharik's pituitary gland.
(c) Sharik's appendix.
(d) Sharik's seminal vesicles.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Philippovich wearing when the police come to his apartment?
2. How did Sharikov break the glass in Apartment 7?
3. Who helped Sharik come up with his name?
4. Why does Bormenthal roll up his sleeve in Chapter 8?
5. What does Philippovich conclude that the hypophysis is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sharik say he suspects about his ancestry in the Epilogue?
2. In Chapter 8, what conclusion does Philippovich come to about his operation on Sharik?
3. Why is the house committee upset with Sharikov in Chapter 9?
4. What does Sharik look like in the Epilogue?
5. In Chapter 8, how has Sharikov become even more like Klim?
6. In the Epilogue, what does Sharik say makes him feel better?
7. Who does Sharikov bring home with him after going out drinking and how are they dealt with?
8. Who comes to the apartment at the beginning of the Epilogue?
9. What does Sharikov tell the doctors he has read in Chapter 7?
10. What does Bormenthal offer to do to deal with Sharikov?
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