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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 8, upon waking up, what does the writer decide is the most important thing he must do?
(a) Find love for himself.
(b) Get back to work.
(c) Save his reputation with Zverkov and Simonov.
(d) See Liza again.
2. What type of people does the writer state are the only type to go mad?
(a) Stupid men.
(b) Hateful men.
(c) Insipid, bloodless men.
(d) Romantic men.
3. What does the writer want from Liza?
(a) For her to find an honorable profession.
(b) For her to disappear.
(c) For her to love him.
(d) For her to leave his home.
4. How much does the writer owe Simonov in this section?
(a) 5 roubles.
(b) 15 roubles.
(c) 10 roubles
(d) 6 roubles.
5. What does the writer say happens to women for Liza's profession?
(a) They are honored.
(b) They suceed.
(c) They are happy.
(d) The are beaten.
6. What does the writer state happens to stupid Russian romantics?
(a) They degenerate into Germans.
(b) They died off years ago.
(c) They leave for France.
(d) They are not true romantics.
7. After many days pass and Liza does not show up, the writer begins having dreams about her. What is the tone of these dreams?
(b) Love and happiness.
8. What do the writer's colleagues think of him?
(a) An odd fellow.
9. Who comes to the writer's home that causes these feelings?
10. Who sits to the left of the writer at the dinner party?
11. 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?
(a) They happen in the past.
(b) They just happen.
(c) It is only a dream.
(d) They have not yet happened.
12. What do the writer's old schoolmates think about him?
(a) Their competition.
(b) A sight for sore eyes.
(c) A friend.
(d) A common housefly.
13. How does the writer feel about the time of his arrival at the dinner party?
14. What day does Anton allow visitors?
15. Why would the writer lower his eyes when he comes in contact with the office clerks?
(a) He finds them hideous.
(b) He feels they re superior to him.
(c) He feels ashamed.
(d) Out of respect.
Short Answer Questions
1. As the writer goes on a tirade about his circumstances, what is Liza's reaction in this section?
2. In what is Zverkov an expert?
3. How old is the writer when he avoids talking to or associating with others?
4. What does Ferfichkin say he would have done if he was early for the dinner?
5. As the dinner proceeds, how is the writer feeling?
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