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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2, Chapter 16.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to Jake when he suggests he and Cohn go to Strasbourg for the weekend to meet a girl he knows there?
(a) Jake spills hot coffee in his lap.
(b) Frances kicks him under the table.
(c) Frances throws water in his face.
(d) Cohn kicks him under the table.
2. What does Jake do to pass the time while Brett and Robert Cohn are out of town?
(a) He begins writing his first novel.
(b) He works, goes to the races, dines with friends and puts extra time in at the office.
(c) He drinks too much and pines over Brett.
(d) He mopes around, feeling sorry for himself.
3. As Frances continues her tirade against Cohn, what does she think is the real reason why he won't marry her?
(a) He wouldn't be able to hang out in the cafes as much.
(b) His children would be hurt by the marriage.
(c) It would be romantic to say that he had a mistress for two years.
(d) He feels he is not good enough for her.
4. Who does Jake share a taxi with after the press conference at Quai d'Orsay?
(a) Braddocks and Cohn
(b) Brett and Georgette
(c) Woolsey and Krum
(d) Cohn and Brett
5. What is Jake referring to when he says to Brett, "you like to add them up."?
(a) Brett adds up the number of shoes she owns, buying a new pair every week.
(b) Brett likes to hang all her dresses in color coordinated order.
(c) Brett adds up the number of brandies she drinks when she goes out.
(d) Brett enjoys it when more and more men become infatuated with her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is an aficionado?
2. Georgette asks Jake what is wrong with him, since he doesn't want her to touch him. What does he reply?
3. Why does Jake ask Georgette, the prostitute, to have dinner with him?
4. What happens to Robert Cohn when his instructor, Spider Kelly overmatches him?
5. How does Jake justify the insulting things he says?
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