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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. Estelle's husband was...
(a) Young and athletic.
(b) A doctor.
(c) Much older.
(d) An important politician.
2. Whom does Garcin say always got on his nerves?
(b) His mistress.
(c) His wife.
3. Which character acts snobbish when he/she learns what the others did for a living?
4. When talking about the decoration of the room, Estelle says that she has always...?
(a) Enjoyed bronze statues.
(b) Loathed angles.
(c) Upholstered her own sofas.
(d) Hired an interior designer.
5. What is Olga doing when Estelle, Garcin, and Inez discover that time moves differently in the room than on Earth?
(a) Smoking cigars.
(b) Eating dinner.
(c) Preparing for bed.
(d) Waking up the next day.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many bronze statues are there?
2. Who says that he/she is already "in order"?
3. What term does Estelle prefer for her condition?
4. Which character is the most reluctant to sit there silently?
5. Estelle is the first character to suggest that they...
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Estelle surprised to see that Garcin's face is fine?
2. What makes Inez realize that they are supposed to be each other's torturers?
3. Do you think that one of these characters is more truthful than the other two? If so, which one?
4. When Garcin asks the Valet what is outside the room, what does the Valet say?
5. What does Estelle complain about when she enters the room?
6. What does Estelle say about why she thinks she is in the room?
7. As Inez, Estelle, and Garcin watch their friends and family back on Earth, how do they react?
8. When Garcin asks Inez how she knows what a torturer looks like, what does she say?
9. How do you know that these characters are dead and in hell, despite the fact that Sartre does not explicitly state it?
10. Why are there no toothbrushes or beds in the room?
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