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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. What insulting word does Andreich call his daughter Maria?
(a) A harlot.
(b) A whore.
(c) A slut.
(d) A philosopher.
2. In "Peasant Woman", what does Dyudya enjoy about having visitors?
(a) He is lonely without travelers passing by.
(b) Hearing their stories.
(c) His ability to help them in their travels.
(d) This is how he gets news about the world.
3. According to Stepanych, what does Pyotr lack to set the world on fire?
(a) Proper work ethics.
4. How does Anyuta help Stepan's studies?
(a) By keeping his environment neat and clean.
(b) By testing him with note cards.
(c) By being his anatomical model.
(d) By researching any questions he has.
5. What special gift did Nikolai have as a monk?
(a) Writing sermons.
(b) Keeping the novices quiet and respectful.
(c) Writing akathists.
(d) Have a good rapport with everyone.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the ordinary conversation between Mikhail and Katya?
2. What kind of reputation is Pavel Ivanych proud of?
3. What is Dr. Yefimych's true passion?
4. What is the total number of time Cherviakov attempts to apologize to the General?
5. In Velikopolsky's version of the Twelve Gospels, what does Peter do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Modest Alexeich admonishes Anya and her family about how a "man must have his responsibilities!" Between Modest, Anya, and her family, who shows responsibilities best?
2. How does real life affect Varka's sleep at night?
3. Dr. Andrei Yefimych states that Ivan Dmitrich is "interested in precisely the right things." What are these right things?
4. What does the Tartar think of Vassily and the Explainer? Who does he respect more and why?
5. Describe Anya's character and how it changes from the beginning of "Anna on the Neck" to the end.
6. What stops Nevyrazimov from moving up in the world?
7. What happens to officials who deal with people's suffering, such as judges, policemen, and doctors? How does this affect the innocent?
8. When a fellow soldier asks Gusev if he is not afraid to die, what is his response? How does his response reflect his character?
9. Describe Yegor and Pelageya's relationship. How do they interact? How do they feel about one another?
10. As Gusev drifts in and out of sleep, what thoughts interchange in his dreams?
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