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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 young man who dies of "complications" goes to which doctor before he dies?
2. What is the name of a type of Russian carriage?
(a) A shaker.
(b) A chariot.
(c) A rickshaw.
(d) A troika.
3. What is the real last name of the occupant of Room One in "The Clothesmender"?
4. Gogol says that people of the capital have shown an interest in experiments with the effects of _____.
(a) Sun exposure.
(b) Drug therapy.
5. The stationmaster's daughter tries to soothe the sick hussar traveler with what?
(a) Cough elixir.
(b) A vinegar-soaked handkerchief.
(c) Bible readings.
(d) Singing by his bedside.
Short Answer Questions
1. With what does Ivan Ivanovich begin his thinking appropriate thoughts while sitting on the tombstone?
2. What does the Bishop teach the three hermits to recite?
3. To where is Ivan Yakovlevich trying to escape when he is apprehended by the police?
4. What does Ivan Ivanovich end his thinking with while sitting on the tombstone?
5. What are Pyotr Petrovich and his friend hunting for?
Short Essay Questions
1. What reason do some people that know of Lukerya give for her illness?
2. In "The Three Hermits", why is the Bishop still awake after everyone goes back to sleep?
3. When does Lukerya die and what does she say about the sounds she hears?
4. How is the stationmaster treated by most travelers?
5. According to the Bishop in "The Three Hermits", how does God reveal himself to men?
6. How does the Captain try to talk the Bishop out of going to the island where the hermits live?
7. What happens as the Bishop returns to the ship in "The Three Hermits"?
8. What effect does talking have on Lukerya when she is telling Pyotr Petrovich about her life?
9. How does Praskovya Osipovna react when Ivan Yakovlevich finds a nose in his loaf of bread?
10. What does Lukerya say to Pyotr Petrovich about patience?
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