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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 does the General describe the Prince to his wife?
(a) As a happy-go-lucky, carefree man.
(b) As a pleasant, interesting man.
(c) As a very ill and incapacitated man.
(d) As a very strange, unnatural man.
2. What is Rogozhin's explanation for why Nastassya left him?
(a) She can't forgive what Rogozin has done to her.
(b) She is trying to make Rogozhin submit to her completely.
(c) She is too stubborn to admit that she loves Rogozhin.
(d) She is in love with Myshkin.
3. What do Rogozhin and Myshkin exchange with each other?
(a) Walking sticks.
(b) Silver and gold crosses.
(c) Silver and gold cufflinks.
4. What does Rogozhin's mother do to Myshkin?
(a) She orders him to take her away from Rogozhin.
(b) She blesses him.
(c) She curses him.
(d) She orders him out of the house.
5. Who runs after Nastassya and Rogozhin when they leave?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Myshkin go to claim his inheritance?
2. What does Ferdyshchenko suggest making Myshkin do, as punishment for poor behavior?
3. What does Ganja think of Myshkin, after he's gotten to know him?
4. How did General Yephanchin make his reputation and fortune?
5. Whose death does Yephanchin tell a story about?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Ganja's father embarrass him?
2. What does Myshkin do, when Ganja apologizes for hitting him?
3. What stories does Myshkin tell Rogozhin about religion?
4. How does the footman treat Prince Myshkin when he first arrives at the Yephanchins' house?
5. How do the Yephanchins' three daughters react to Myshkin?
6. How does Aglaya react to Ganja's letter?
7. What does Ferdyshchenko describe doing to make sure someone else is blamed for his own theft?
8. What does Nastassya say initially to Myshkin's proposal?
9. What wrongs does Ganja accuse Myshkin of during this section?
10. What reason does Yephanchin say he has to be guilty over someone's death?
This section contains 630 words
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