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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. Who suggests to the narrator that he should ask to be locked up?
(a) The Duke.
(b) Hans Pauli.
(d) Pastor Levison.
2. What does the narrator claim the woman is losing?
(a) Her honour.
(b) Her book.
(c) Her house.
(d) Her sanity.
3. For whom does the narrator ask at the third-floor apartment?
(a) A young woman.
(b) An invalid man.
(c) A debtor.
(d) A new landlord.
4. What is on the menu at the Steam Kitchen?
(a) Bread and cheese.
(b) Corned meat.
5. What lights the narrator's cell?
(a) An electric light.
(b) A candle.
(c) A gas lamp.
(d) A storm lantern.
Short Answer Questions
1. By what is the girl shocked when she comes up to the narrator in the street?
2. For what change does the editor ask in the sketch?
3. How does the narrator get Pastor Levison's address?
4. What does the narrator worry about as he sits outside Our Saviour's Church?
5. Why can't the narrator sell his glasses?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the narrator think of his banker friend?
2. Why is the narrator interested in the newspaper-wrapped package of the old man?
3. Why is the narrator put into a reserved cell?
4. What practical joke does the narrator decide to play on the passing policeman?
5. What criticism does the editor give the narrator over his articles?
6. Why is the narrator glad when the stable-boy asks him for five kroner?
7. How does the narrator punish himself for nearly asking the editor for money?
8. How does the narrator react to the old cripple walking in front of him?
9. What lie does the narrator invent to explain why he returned for the pencil?
10. What are the narrator's worries about the word 'kuboaa'?
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