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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Golyadkin Junior tell Golyadkin about his living arrangements?
(a) He has a large flat across town.
(b) He cannot afford a flat.
(c) He has always lived in this flat.
(d) He is currently looking for rooms.

2. What tone does Golyadkin take in his letter to Golyadkin Junior?
(a) Ingratiating.
(b) Apologetic.
(c) Infuriated.
(d) Indignant.

3. How is Golyadkin described at the beginning of Chapter 11?
(a) He is beside himself with grief.
(b) He is so confused he is stumbling around and not making sense.
(c) He is determined to have his confrontation with Golyadkin Junior.
(d) He is so fragile a mosquito wing could break him.

4. How are Golyadkin’s thoughts characterized when he is at his flat?
(a) As feverish.
(b) As placid.
(c) As tranquil.
(d) As contemplative.

5. What does Golyadkin Junior tell Golyadkin when he catches up with him?
(a) That he knows his fate before Golyadkin knows it himself.
(b) That he is sorry for the trouble he has cause.
(c) That he will delight in Golyadkin’s ruin.
(d) That he does not have time to talk.

6. What does Golyadkin tell His Excellency he wants from him?
(a) Protection from his enemies
(b) Justice.
(c) A raise and promotion.
(d) Golyadkin Junior’s arrest.

7. Where does Petrushka tell Golyadkin he has been?
(a) To see good people.
(b) Drinking with friends.
(c) To see Andrey Filippovich.
(d) To see Klara Olsufyevna.

8. What tone does Golyadkin take with Golyadkin Junior?
(a) A combination of fury and cowardice.
(b) A combination of accusation and conciliation.
(c) A combination of innuendo and guilt
(d) A combination of self-abasement and politeness.

9. What does Petrushka tell Golyadkin in the morning after Golyadkin had spent the night with Golyadkin Junior?
(a) That he will have to fix breakfast for himself.
(b) That Petrushka will be following his new master now.
(c) That the master is not at home.
(d) That Andrey Filippovich has been looking for him.

10. How does Golyadkin act toward his double at his house?
(a) He is hostile.
(b) He is magnanimous.
(c) He is indifferent toward him.
(d) He is off-handed.

11. Which aspect of Golyadkin Junior’s personality does Golyadkin despise?
(a) His audacity.
(b) His virtues.
(c) His mincing.
(d) His disingenuousness.

12. Which of his body parts does Golyadkin lament?
(a) His belly.
(b) His eyes.
(c) His feet.
(d) His head.

13. What is Golyadkin’s sense of what fate has in store for him?
(a) Something that will reward him at last for his hard work.
(b) Something unpleasant.
(c) Something that will end his troubles for once and for all.
(d) Something to vindicate him.

14. How does Golyadkin Junior greet Golyadkin?
(a) With impatience.
(b) With insolence.
(c) With indifference.
(d) With hostility.

15. How does Golyadkin refer to himself when he is berating himself?
(a) As an innocent victim.
(b) As a dangerous man
(c) As a crazy person.
(d) As a suicide.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Golyadkin say it is sinful to do?

2. How does Golyadkin Junior treat Andrey Filippovich?

3. What does Golyadkin say he is doing by bring Golyadkin Junior home?

4. What is Golyadkin Junior doing when Golyadkin arrives at the office?

5. What new issue does Golyadkin’s last resort raise to him?

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