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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 does Tereza's mother appear to be casting off with her immodesty?
(a) Youth and beauty
(b) The communist regime's ways
(c) An old fashioned mentality
(d) Her daughter Tereza's modest ways
2. What does Marie-Anne and her mother do when they have a party?
(a) Sit cross legged on the floor
(b) Ignore Franz
(c) Make rude remarks to whomever they do not like
(d) Walk around barefoot
3. What did Franz's words about love and strength do to Sabina?
(a) Made him more attractive in her eyes
(b) Disqualify him from her life
(c) Caused her to trust him more than any man she'd ever known
(d) Caused her to question his love
4. What was Sabina's views of modern music?
(a) It was loud noise masked as music
(b) It lacked the rythm and beat that American music had
(c) She disliked it because it was difficult to dance to
(d) She disliked it because it reminded her of the occupation
5. In general, what did Sabina have a longing for?
Short Answer Questions
1. In chapter 1, where does Franza want to take Sabina?
2. Why did Tereza's mother marryTereza's father
3. In Tereza's eyes, what did books represent?
4. What happened to Tereza's father after her mother left him?
5. With regards to love, what was Sabina's nature?
Short Essay Questions
1. Do you think that Tomas and Tereaz met by chance or by fate?
2. Describe Franz's love for Sabina.
3. What were Tereza's dreams about?
4. Describe Tereza's mother:
5. Why did Tomas initially reject the Swiss doctor's office to in Switzerland?
6. What is Tereza's relationship with her body?
7. What argument does Tereza use when she rejects the offer to take photos of a cactus?
8. What is Sabina's views on conflict?
9. How did Tereza react to her mother's phone call telling her she had cancer and only 5 months to live?
10. Why does Franz take part in every possible demonstration in Paris?
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