|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who painted Young Woman with Ermine?
(a) Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
(b) Pablo Picasso.
(d) Leonardo da Vinci.
2. The door that the traveler knocks on at the concentration camp when he arrives is the door to what former structure in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) The prayer room.
(b) The admissions building.
(c) The gas chamber.
(d) The selections platform.
3. Of the visitor, the narrator says in the conclusion of Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2, “The oppression seeping from these walls, he thinks, can only be deepened by his own misgivings as to” what?
(a) “His guilt in the entire affair.”
(b) “Who he really is.”
(c) “What happened here fifty years ago.”
(d) “Why he has come here in the first place.”
4. What does the traveler attempt to give to Wanda before the couple departs, leaving him at the concentration camp, in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) A gold ring.
(b) A pearl bracelet.
(c) A piece of amber.
(d) A photograph.
5. What Polish province was “a hub for seasonal harvest labor transported across northern Europe” prior to World War II, according to the narrator in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
Short Answer Questions
1. The couple that take the traveler to see the sights of the city in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1 take him past the Royal Palace and what cathedral?
2. What is the name of the camp that the traveler has come to in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
3. The traveler describes Cecilia Gallerani as whose adolescent mistress in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1?
4. What word from Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 refers to weariness from bodily or mental exertion?
5. What does the traveler order for Wanda to drink when they return to the café for his luggage in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1?
This section contains 354 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)