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Jean-Dominique Bauby
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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 Jean do when visitors do not care to learn his code?
(a) Plots his next story.
(b) Rests.
(c) Examines their flaws.
(d) Sleeps.

2. Where do the nutrients given to Jean need go directly?
(a) His throat.
(b) His mouth.
(c) His intestines.
(d) His stomach.

3. How does Jean describe Sandrine as a person?
(a) A maternal figure.
(b) A motivator.
(c) A true friend.
(d) A guardian angel.

4. What would the last lines of his writing about his hospital experience include?
(a) The main character getting up and walking around.
(b) The main character looking sadly out a window.
(c) The main character dying.
(d) The main character committing suicide.

5. When did Jean imagine Eugenie talking to him?
(a) In his dreams.
(b) When he read a book about her.
(c) When he saw the stained glass window.
(d) When he was alone in his room.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Jean's daughter do every night that brings joy to his heart?

2. Where is Jean put after he is dressed by the orderlies?

3. Why does Jean think he keeps dreaming about the same things?

4. What does Jean do to signify which letter he is looking for?

5. How does Jean tell his father his progress with Sandrine?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Jean describe his corridor of the hospital?

2. What does Jean dream a lot about while in the hospital?

3. How does Jean communicate, and why?

4. What exhilarates Jean during his time at the hospital?

5. What is happening when Jean awakes from his coma?

6. How does Jean communicate with people who come to visit him?

7. What does Brigitte do for Jean at the end of each visit?

8. What did Jean's feeding test show?

9. How does Jean communicate his fluctuating emotions?

10. What does Jean picture the only literary figure with Locked-In syndrome to do?

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