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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 does the Cure de Torcy think about the young priest when he visits his home?
(a) He is genuinely kind
(b) He needs therapy
(c) He is inspired
(d) He must be an alcoholic
2. Who comes to catechism class with a limp?
(c) Mlle Chantal
(d) Mlle Louise
3. What does M. le Comte tell the priest?
(a) That he wants to change the date of the funeral
(b) That he killed his wife
(c) That the priest is the cause for the recent upheaval in his home
(d) That he does not want a Catholic funeral
4. What makes the priest feel uncomfortable?
(a) The doctor's arrogance
(b) The instruments are too cold
(c) Being naked
(d) The room is too hot
5. What surprises the priest about the doctor?
(a) His clothing
(b) His youth
(c) His fee
(d) His voice
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the priest keep track of recent events?
2. What does the priest hear on a walk to Mezargues?
3. How does the priest injure his fingers and arm?
4. Where is the doctor that the young priest wants to see?
5. What does Mme la Comtesse throw into the fire?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the priest note about his illness in Chapter 6?
2. How does the priest attempt to break down the emotional barriers Mme la Comtesse has set up around herself?
3. What is the Cure de Torcy's simplistic advice for the young priest who feels he is suffering a crisis of faith and vocation?
4. What is the priest's diary entry on the night before he leaves for Lille?
5. What secret and personal pain does Mme la Comtesse reveal to the priest?
6. Explain the irony of the doctor's physical health.
7. Why has the girl, Seraphita, tied a string tightly around her leg?
8. Describe the encounter between the priest and Mlle Chantal.
9. In addition to Mlle Chantal's behavior, what else has impacted Mme la Comtesse's life?
10. What is odd about the way the priest is treated at the Chateau after the death of Mme la Comtesse?
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