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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. The day after the dinner party, the writer goes for a walk. At what time does he return home?
(a) 2:00 am.
(b) 11:00 pm.
(c) 9:00 pm.
(d) 1:00 am.
2. How much does the writer owe Simonov in this section?
(a) 6 roubles.
(b) 10 roubles
(c) 15 roubles.
(d) 5 roubles.
3. How does the writer feel after leaving Liza?
4. As the diner conversation begins, how does the writer feel?
5. What does Zverkov say he would do if the peasants in his countries protested?
(a) Have them flogged.
(b) Give up his post.
(c) Listen to their concerns.
(d) Change the rules.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has the writer forgotten about when he wakesup after his night of drinking?
2. How does the writer describe Liza's embrace at the end of the book?
3. What do the writer's old schoolmates think about him?
4. What do the writer's dreams sometimes cause him to do?
5. What does the writer admit regarding his poverty?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Apollon's reaction to the writer when he is asked to go to the tavern for tea and biscuits?
2. 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?
3. What is Zverkov's reaction to the writer's complaint about not being informed of the change in time for the dinner party?
4. When Liza visits the writer at his home, the situation seems rather intense. What does the writer say that people often do in such situations?
5. 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?
6. 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?
7. Why does the writer state that in his life he often takes insignificant roles?
8. In Part 2, Chapter 9, when Liza goes to the writer's apartment, why does he think she becomes embarrassed?
9. What does the writer compare Liza to and how does he explain that even this is better than being a prostitute?
10. What does the writer find when he arrives at the dinner party and how does he feel about it?
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