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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 2, Chapter 8, who delivers the writer's letter?
(d) The writer.
2. How does the writer feel about his dreams in this section?
(a) They are profound.
(b) They are mysterious.
(c) They are frightening.
(d) They are satisfing at the time.
3. At the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 4, the writer arrives early to a dinner party. What time is the dinner scheduled to begin?
(a) 6:30 pm.
(b) 5:00 pm.
(c) 5:30 pm.
(d) 6:00 pm.
4. In Part 2, Chapter 2, the writer discusses dreaming. How long does the writer dream in his corner?
(a) 3 months.
(b) 3 days.
(c) 3 years.
(d) 3 hours.
5. How does the writer describe Liza's embrace at the end of the book?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the writer give as his reason for visiting Liza?
2. As the diner conversation begins, how does the writer feel?
3. How does the writer "plunge into society"?
4. What does the writer say he would do if he sees Liza again?
5. As the writer goes on a tirade about his circumstances, what is Liza's reaction in this section?
Short Essay Questions
1. After the writer has finished his speech to Liza, he turns to leave. Before he goes, she gives him a letter to read. Who was the letter from and what did it say?
2. How does the writer describe the room he finds himself in after being drunk at the dinner party?
3. Describe the characteristics of a romantic, according to the writer.
4. In Part 2, Chapter 6, the writer wakes up to a clock chiming. How does he describe the clock?
5. Why does the writer think Liza comes to his apartment?
6. The writer describes some office clerks that repulse him. Discuss these characters.
7. At the end of Part 2, Chapter 5, the writer is in the room with the prostitute and glances in the mirror. What does he see and how does he feel about it?
8. In Part 2, Chapter 8, the writer is thinking back to the events of the previous day. He begins thinking about when he lit the room and saw Liza. How does he remember her face?
9. The writer continues to ridicule Liza and her work and describes a rather somber death. What does the writer say a prostitute's death will be?
10. How does the writer try to cover up his feelings about Liza being at his apartment?
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