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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. How long is Myshkin away from St. Petersburg?
(a) One year.
(b) Six months.
(c) Eighteen months.
(d) Two years.
2. Who does Madam Yephanchin want to talk to as soon as she sees the photo of Nastassya?
(c) Her husband.
3. What does Aglaya ask Myshkin to read?
(a) Her diary.
(b) A letter from Ganja.
(c) An article in the paper.
(d) A poem from a book in the library.
4. What story does Ganja's father tell?
(a) A story about the beginning of a rift with the Yephanchin family.
(b) A story about meeting Ganja's mother.
(c) A story about a glorious victory in battle.
(d) A story about Ganja's birth under an auspicious sign.
5. What do Ganja and his family argue about?
(a) Ganja's job working for General Yephanchin.
(b) Ganja's plans to move to a new home.
(c) Ganja bringing Myshkin home with him.
(d) Ganja's plans to marry Nastassya.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Myshkin go to claim his inheritance?
2. Who finally brings Myshkin to Nastassya's house?
3. Who gives Aglaya a letter from Myshkin?
4. Who does the General find a picture of?
5. At the beginning of the first chapter, where are the men in the train traveling to?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the Yephanchins' three daughters react to Myshkin?
2. What does Rogozhin and Lebedev's relationship seem to be like during their conversation on the train?
3. What does Myshkin do, when Ganja apologizes for hitting him?
4. What happened to the man that Totsky wronged in his story?
5. What does Ferdyshchenko describe doing to make sure someone else is blamed for his own theft?
6. How does Aglaya react to Ganja's letter?
7. Why is Ganja marrying Nastassya?
8. How does Ganja come to blows with Myshkin, and how does Myshkin respond?
9. What reason does Yephanchin say he has to be guilty over someone's death?
10. How does the General treat Prince Myshkin?
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