1. In Part I, Chapter 1, what does the writer say about himself?
(a) He is a person of great wealth.
(b) He is a real person.
(c) He is fictional.
(d) He is a highly educated person.
2. As Dostoevsky develops the writer, what does the reader learn about his physical condition?
(a) He is sickly.
(b) He is fit and well.
(c) He is short and thin.
(d) He is a large man.
3. When the writer states that there is something wrong with his liver, why does he refuse to go to a doctor?
(a) His illness is imaginary.
(b) Out of spite.
(c) He can not afford it.
(d) He does not trust doctors.
4. In Part 1, what does the writer state is his profession?
(a) Civil Servant.
5. How does the writer describe his personality in his previous profession?
6. What is the reason given for the writer's attitude and behavior in this profession?
(a) No need for the job.
(b) Too much power.
(c) No job satisfaction.
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