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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What has the writer forgotten about when he wakesup after his night of drinking?
(a) The cabby.
(b) An important meeting.
(d) The fight during dinner.
2. Who comes to the writer's home that causes these feelings?
3. What contrasting feelings does the writer have toward Liza after his breakdown?
4. In Part 2, Chapter 9, the writer begins a speech about why he goes to see Liza. What does the writer say Liza's thought's for his visit are?
(a) To save her.
(b) To take revenge.
(c) To find love.
(d) To redeem himself.
5. What does the writer say about trying to rationalize situations?
(a) All men rationalize their lives.
(b) It provides accountability.
(c) It is good for the mind.
(d) It is useless.
6. In Part 2, Chapter 8, who delivers the writer's letter?
(b) The writer.
7. Despite what the writer wants to do during the dinner, what does he do?
(a) Enjoys the conversation.
(b) Begins an argument.
8. What human condition does the writer state he cannot express?
9. In Part 2, Chapter 4, after the toasts, what does the writer do when he picks up the bottle?
(a) Drinks from the bottle.
(b) Pours himself a full glass.
(c) Throws the bottle at the others.
(d) Throws the bottle at the wall.
10. How does the writer describe Liza's embrace at the end of the book?
11. How does the writer describe his face?
(a) With a mean look.
12. What does the writer tell Apollon will happen if he does not appease his request?
(a) He will be fired.
(b) The visitor will leave.
(c) The writer will be unhappy.
(d) The writer would understand.
13. How does the writer feel about his schoolmate Zverkov?
(a) He likes him.
(b) They are best friends.
(c) He loathes him.
(d) They do not know each other.
14. When the writer goes back to the dinner party after being outside, what does he find?
(a) The establishment is closed.
(b) The others are talking and laughing.
(c) The others are gone.
(d) Only Zverkov remains.
15. What reason does the writer give for his behavior at work?
(a) He is superior to the others.
(b) Out of spite.
(c) That is how educated men act.
(d) He is a coward.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the writer say happens to women for Liza's profession?
2. What does Zverkov say he would do if the peasants in his countries protested?
3. What does the writer say he would do if he sees Liza again?
4. How does the writer feel about the office clerks?
5. After leaving his friend's home, how much does the writer pay for a cab ride?
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