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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The boredom of the audience at these poetry performances is obvious to everyone but whom?
2. What is Lenski's idea for the use of Magic-Lantern Projections?
(a) To illustrate petic works with the use of slides.
(b) To create special effects on the wall.
(c) To play in the light from the lanterns.
(d) To create shadow puppets.
3. What earns Vladimir several rebukes from the Tsarist government?
(a) His refusal to be on this council.
(b) His teasing of the Tsarina.
(c) His increasing outspokenness about human rights.
(d) His tardiness to meetings.
4. What casts a cloud over the exiled Russian intelligentsia?
(a) Their inability to move to another European coutnry.
(b) Their inability to speak English.
(c) Their inabiltiy to move to the United States.
(d) The inability to publish in their home country.
5. What does young Nabokov's status as a child of the intelligentsia often do to him?
(a) It isolates him from his fellow students
(b) It makes him stand out in a crowd.
(c) He receives many compliments.
(d) It encourages him to make friends.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the last Nabokov hears of Lenski?
2. What does Nabokov confess about Yuri and himself?
3. Why is Lenski working as a tutor?
4. Vladimir is raised by his own share of governesses and tutors but where does he go at the age of 13?
5. Once, upon returning from the park with a poem freshly in his mind, what does he do?
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