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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the writer describe his face?
(d) With a mean look.
2. How do the others feel about the toast the writer gives at the end of the dinner party?
3. How many days pass between the writer's first meeting with Liza and the second?
(a) 4 days.
(b) 3 days.
(c) 2 days.
(d) 1 day.
4. What does the writer give as his reason for visiting Liza?
(a) For revenge.
(b) He is drunk.
(c) To show his power.
(d) He is upset.
5. Who is Anton Atonych Setchkin?
(a) The writer's brother.
(b) The writer's neighbor.
(c) The writer's only regular acquaintance.
(d) The writer's rival.
6. As the diner conversation begins, how does the writer feel?
7. What does the writer ask Apollon to get for him at the tavern?
(d) Tea and biscuits.
8. The previous night, the writer gives Liza his address, but by the next day, how does the writer feel about this action?
(a) He forgets about giving Liza his address.
(c) Worried she may show up at his home.
(d) He anticipates her arrival.
9. How does the writer feel about his dreams in this section?
(a) They are profound.
(b) They are frightening.
(c) They are mysterious.
(d) They are satisfing at the time.
10. What does the writer state happens to stupid Russian romantics?
(a) They are not true romantics.
(b) They died off years ago.
(c) They leave for France.
(d) They degenerate into Germans.
11. When the writer goes back to the dinner party after being outside, what does he find?
(a) The establishment is closed.
(b) Only Zverkov remains.
(c) The others are gone.
(d) The others are talking and laughing.
12. Why is the writer often dissatisfied with himself?
(a) He feels worthless.
(b) Because of his vanity.
(c) He is ugly.
(d) He is uneducated.
13. During this time in the writer's life, he states that he is tormented. Why is he tormented?
(a) He despises working.
(b) No one is like him.
(c) He loses his love.
(d) He is just like everyone else.
14. What contrasting feelings does the writer have toward Liza after his breakdown?
15. Which of the diners states that he almost got married two days before?
(a) The writer.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who sits to the left of the writer at the dinner party?
2. What does the writer say about trying to rationalize situations?
3. In Part 2, a number of event happen to the writer, including going to a dinner party with old friends and meeting a prostitute. How does the writer feel about the events that happen that day?
4. What effect does the writer's speech about Liza's life have on Liza?
5. Despite what the writer wants to do during the dinner, what does he do?
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