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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. For the private party that is held every Friday, from where do the women come?
(a) They were abducted.
(b) They were from a brothel.
(c) They were from a convent.
(d) They were from the prisons.
2. Who is married at the fifth's week festival in December?
(a) Duc and Duclos.
(b) Hyacinthe and Fanny.
(c) Hercule and Adalaide.
(d) The President and Jane.
3. Oxtiern tells Derbac his one goal in life is ____________.
(a) To be married.
(b) To be wealthy.
(c) To be published as a poet.
(d) To be happy.
4. According to Ernestine, what will she never be able to do again?
5. According to Champville, on the 16th of December, with whom is Duc always pictured?
(a) Three men and three women.
(b) All men.
(c) All women.
(d) One man and one woman.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the guests at the third dinner party?
2. When the Colonel and Ernestine arrive at Stockholm, whose home do they visit?
3. Who is present at the first dinner party of the "society"?
4. Which person is interrupted during their narration and told by the President not to omit any details?
5. At what time do the "Statutes" declare that the men should rise in the morning?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the introduction of "Oxtiern" state about the play?
2. What main concerns does Fabrice have regarding Oxtiern's relationship with Ernestine?
3. What are the facts regarding the 150 Murderous Passions?
4. When Duclos continues her story on the First Day, what questions does Duc have regarding the story?
5. Why does Ernestine wish to marry Herman?
6. When "the story opens," what are the circumstances surrounding Saunders?
7. In a short summary, what happens during the action of Duclos' story?
8. During the sixth week festival in December, what happens?
9. What happens to Narcisse at the supper meal on the First Day?
10. What are the details surrounding Herman?
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