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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 5, the writer has left the dinner and is outside. How does he describe the snow?
(d) Almost warm.
2. What does Ferfichkin say he would have done if he was early for the dinner?
(b) Ordered something.
(c) Waited patiently.
(d) Filed a complaint with the establishment.
3. How do the others feel about the toast the writer gives at the end of the dinner party?
4. What does the writer say happens to women for Liza's profession?
(a) The are beaten.
(b) They are honored.
(c) They are happy.
(d) They suceed.
5. How does the writer feel about the time of his arrival at the dinner party?
6. What does the writer say he would do if he sees Liza again?
(a) Tell her the truth about the evening they spent together.
(b) Ask for forgivness.
(c) Humiliate her.
(d) Ask her to marry him.
7. Why would the writer lower his eyes when he comes in contact with the office clerks?
(a) He feels ashamed.
(b) He finds them hideous.
(c) Out of respect.
(d) He feels they re superior to him.
8. What does the writer say about those in other countries with regard to romanticism?
(a) They are uneducated.
(b) They are wasting their time.
(c) They are lucky.
(d) They are fools.
9. What do the writer's colleagues think of him?
(d) An odd fellow.
10. After leaving his friend's home, how much does the writer pay for a cab ride?
(a) 75 copecks.
(b) 25 copecks.
(c) 50 copecks.
(d) 100 copecks.
11. How old is the writer when he avoids talking to or associating with others?
(a) 29 years old.
(b) 32 years old.
(c) 40 years old.
(d) 24 years old.
12. Near the end of the dinner in Part 2, Chapter 4, during the writer's toast, what does he say he loves?
(c) Big talk.
13. What do the writer's dreams sometimes cause him to do?
(a) Embrace people.
(b) Commit crimes.
(c) Fall in love.
(d) Seclude himself.
14. In what is Zverkov an expert?
(d) Good manners.
15. What does the writer say consumption is?
(a) A character flaw.
(b) A normal human condition.
(c) Pure evil.
(d) An illness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the writer certain Liza will do with a letter she receives?
2. At the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 9, what is the writer's general feeling?
3. In Part 2, Chapter 2, the writer discusses dreaming. How long does the writer dream in his corner?
4. Why does the writer say he hates Liza?
5. Who is Anton Atonych Setchkin?
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