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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. Who calls Garcin a brute?
2. How did Garcin's wife die?
(a) She shot herself.
(b) Of grief.
(c) Of pneumonia.
(d) By jumping off a bridge.
3. How did Garcin attempt to flee?
(a) By Boat.
(b) On a military transport.
(c) In a shipment of potatoes.
(d) By train.
4. What happens to the room where Inez used to live?
(a) The city had it condemned.
(b) Olga and her husband live there now.
(c) Florence lives there now.
(d) It is rented by a young couple.
5. Why did Garcin want to face death courageously?
(a) Tp prove that he was no coward.
(b) To prove that his newspaper should win an award.
(c) To prove that his wife should love him.
(d) To prove that the war should stop.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Garcin finally suggest they all should do?
2. Which character(s) refers to Estelle as "the child"?
3. How did Estelle's lover die?
4. When Garcin is paying attention to what is happening at the newspaper office, what is he hearing?
5. What emotion does Garcin feels toward Inez in Part 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is it significant that Garcin's colleagues have called him a coward?
2. How is Inez's volunteering to be the mirror for Estelle symbolic?
3. What is Inez guilty of?
4. What do you think of Inez's promise to not do Garcin any harm if he leaves her and Estelle in peace?
5. How does Garcin feel when Estelle tells him that it does not matter if he is a coward as long as he kisses well?
6. Why did Garcin say he treated his wife so badly?
7. What do you think of Inez's attempt to woo Estelle by calling her by the romantic names her lovers used to use?
8. What does Garcin mean when he says that he can see where talking to each other will lead?
9. What do you think is the worst thing Garcin did to his wife?
10. Why is Estelle so upset when she sees Olga tell one of her lovers the truth?
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