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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 1, Chapter 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Jake is about to leave the dance-club, what does he give the patronne for Georgette?
(a) Fifty francs
(b) A bottle of wine
(c) A brandy and soda
(d) His address
2. What does Jake ask himself as he leaves Frances and Cohn in the café?
(a) He wonders how Cohn could be such an uncaring human being.
(b) He wonders why Frances ever stayed with Cohn as long as she did.
(c) He wonders if Frances would like to go out with him now that Cohen was out of the picture.
(d) He wonders why Cohn allows Frances to talk to him in such an insulting manner and why he doesn't do something to stop her.
3. When Robert Cohn returns to Paris from America, he is a changed man. In what way does he change?
(a) He is not so simple or so nice, and not as pleasant to have around.
(b) He withdraws into himself, rarely going out.
(c) He knows he is deeply in love with Frances.
(d) He wants to elope with Frances immediately.
4. Who does Brett's friend, Zizi, introduce her to when she and Jake go into the Café Select?
(a) Robert Cohn
(b) Aloysius Kirby
(c) Marshal Ney
(d) Count Mippipopolous
5. Robert Cohn falls asleep in Jakes office and talks in his sleep. What does he say?
(a) He says that he can't do it. Nothing will make him do it.
(b) He says that his life is passing him by. He's losing his way.
(c) He says that he doesn't want it to happen to him.
(d) He says that he has to go to South America. He just has to.
Short Answer Questions
1. As Jake watches Brett walk up the street from his flat and get into the Count's limousine, what is he thinking?
2. Who does Jake share a taxi with after the press conference at Quai d'Orsay?
3. How does Jake justify the insulting things he says?
4. Where does Jake tell Cohn that he met Brett?
5. What does Cohn tell Jake after Jake apologizes for telling him to go to hell?
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