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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What justification does the writer give for his behavior?
(a) His status in society.
(b) It is a nautral law.
(c) His age.
(d) His education.
2. Why is the writer often dissatisfied with himself?
(a) He feels worthless.
(b) He is ugly.
(c) He is uneducated.
(d) Because of his vanity.
3. Who does the writer wake up next to at the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 6?
(b) No one.
(d) A barmaid.
4. In what is Zverkov an expert?
(a) Good manners.
5. What is it about the writer's experience with Liza that astonishes him?
(a) His pity for her.
(b) His love.
(c) His bruteforce.
(d) His sentimentality.
6. What is the purpose of the dinner party?
(a) It is a weekly event.
(b) To visit with the writer, whom the others had not see in years.
(c) One of the firends is going on a journey.
(d) To celebrate the promotion of one of the friends.
7. How does the writer feel about the office clerks?
(a) He enjoys their conversations.
(c) He despises them all.
(d) He never gets to know them.
8. As the dinner proceeds, how is the writer feeling?
(b) A part of the group.
(d) Crushed and broken.
9. What does the writer say happens to women for Liza's profession?
(a) They are happy.
(b) They suceed.
(c) They are honored.
(d) The are beaten.
10. What does Liza give the writer just before he leavesher?
(a) A cross.
(b) A love letter.
(c) A flower.
(d) His money back.
11. What does the writer say about those in other countries with regard to romanticism?
(a) They are lucky.
(b) They are uneducated.
(c) They are wasting their time.
(d) They are fools.
12. What does the writer give as his reason for visiting Liza?
(a) To show his power.
(b) For revenge.
(c) He is upset.
(d) He is drunk.
13. What is Liza's profession?
14. How many days pass between the writer's first meeting with Liza and the second?
(a) 1 day.
(b) 4 days.
(c) 3 days.
(d) 2 days.
15. What does the writer ask Apollon to get for him at the tavern?
(a) Tea and biscuits.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much does the writer owe Simonov in this section?
2. How does the writer describe his face?
3. Despite what the writer wants to do during the dinner, what does he do?
4. Just before the writer gets into the sleigh, what does he decide he must do?
5. What contrasting feelings does the writer have toward Liza after his breakdown?
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