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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. In Part 1, Chapter 8, to which city does Michel choose to walk?
2. What does Michel study during his scholarly life?
(a) German and French.
(b) Greek and Latin.
(c) Mathematics and science.
3. Why does Michel's wife walk ahead in their new walking place?
(a) She's hoping to lose her husband in the maze.
(b) She wants to hurry back to the hotel.
(c) She wants to walk in sunshine rather than shade.
(d) She is power walking and he can't keep up.
4. Why is Michel walking to the city in Part 1, Chapter 8?
(a) For fun.
(b) To meet his wife's carriage.
(c) To pick up a delivery.
(d) To meet young boys.
5. Where do Michel and his wife settle down for him to resume his studies?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which phrase does Michel use to describe the first time he makes love with his wife?
2. In Part 1, Chapter 8, who collapses in front of Michel?
3. In Part 1, Chapter 8, who completes driving the carriage into town?
4. How is the main character's story introduced in the book?
5. What does Michel's wife immediately do when she learns he is sick?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Michel and Charles spend their days?
2. What is Marceline's opinion of Menalque and why?
3. Why does Michel's interest in Charles fade?
4. What does Michel approve pricey expenditures for and why?
5. Discuss Michel's actions when he realizes a madman is driving Marceline's carriage.
6. How much time does Michel tell his friends has passed since Marceline's death, and where is she buried?
7. How does the reader know that Michel has no interest initially in the operation of the family estate?
8. How does Michel feel about his studies after returning from his honeymoon? Why does he feel this way?
9. What happens when Marceline asks Michel to pray for her?
10. What do Michel and Menalque do during their last visit?
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