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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. Why is M. Othon's release from camp delayed?
(a) He has upset the Prefect.
(b) There has been a mistake.
(c) He has not done the paperwork.
(d) There is suspicion that he has plague.
2. With whom is Fr Paneloux billeted?
(a) An old woman.
(b) Cardinal Richelieu.
(c) Dr. Rieux.
(d) M. Cottard.
3. Which is the second way?
(a) Most people suffer now from bubonic plague.
(b) The plague is becoming more virulent.
(c) The disease is now more like ebola.
(d) More patients are suffering pneumonic rather than bubonic plague.
4. With what does Dr. Rieux treat this patient?
(a) An ancient garlic compound.
(c) Dr. Castel's serum.
(d) Mustard plasters and cupping.
5. For which people has the plague not ended?
(a) Staff in the municipal offices.
(b) Those who have no-one to greet them on arrival.
(c) Priests and nuns.
(d) The doctors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has Dr. Castel achieved?
2. Who receives an invitation to the sermon?
3. What was the elder Tarrou's obsession?
4. What does Dr. Rieux fear?
5. What is Rieux's opinion about the case?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do you think has led Dr. Rieux to unburden himself to Grand?
2. How can we tell that Tarrou is a force for good in the town?
3. What drastic developments are depicted in Part 3 Chapter 1?
4. What changes does the plague seem to be undergoing?
5. Explain the nature of the irony in the beginning of Part 5 Chapter 3.
6. How is it possible for Cottard to help Rambert?
7. In Part 4 Chapter 3, what is the situation regarding the plague serum?
8. Account for the difference tenor and content of Fr Paneloux's new sermon, compared with that he gave at the conclusion of the Week of Prayer.
9. Which characters now volunteer as plague workers?
10. Comment on the 'reality' behind the phenomenon of the Oran people, now free of the plague, walking the streets.
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