1. Where does Gimpel live in "Gimpel the Fool"?
2. In "Gimpel the Fool," why does Gimpel pretend to believe the lies of his school mates?
(a) To be their friend.
(b) To get a chance to tell his own lies.
(c) To not have to talk.
(d) To avoid getting beat up.
3. In "Gimpel the Fool," what is Elka known as?
(a) The fool's wife.
(b) The preacher's daughter.
(c) The town whore.
(d) The woman with the bent mind.
4. In "Gimpel the Fool," how many children does Elka have?
5. What is the occupation of "The Gentleman from Cracow"?
6. How many horses pull the carriage that holds "The Gentleman from Cracow"?
7. What does "The Gentleman from Cracow" do when he arrives in Frampol?
(a) Calls for a feast.
(b) Buys cart loads of flour for the bakery.
(c) All of these.
(d) Gives coins to as many townspeople as he could.
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