Nadja, pp. 11 to 16
1. What question does Breton pose at the beginning of the novel?
(a) Is love real?
(b) Who am I?
(c) What am I doing here?
(d) Do we all live in the same reality?
2. What does Breton say he strives to discover?
(a) His intellectual capabilities.
(b) His relation to other men.
(c) His real parents.
(d) The love of his life.
3. What does Breton say the author's life is victimized by?
(a) Critical analysis.
(b) People's feelings.
(c) The events of everyday life.
(d) The media.
4. What was the name of Victor Hugo's lover?
(a) Helena Freud.
(b) Daniella Farkas.
(c) Juliette Drouet.
(d) Nina Hagen.
5. What would Hugo say when he saw the largest gate?
(a) Servant gate, madame.
(b) Pedestrian gate. madame.
(c) Bridal gate, madame.
(d) Main entrance, madame.
6. What would Juliette when she pointed to the smaller gate?
(a) Pedestrian gate, monsieur.
(b) Servant gate, monsieur.
(c) Bridal gate, monsieur.
(d) Main entrance, monsieur.
7. What would Hugo say when him and Juliet would pass the two trees?
(a) Jesus and John the Baptist.
(b) Iron and steel.
(c) Samson and Deliah.
(d) Philemon and Baucis.
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