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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. Whose influence has Mr. Lembke come under?
(a) Mrs. Stavrogin's.
(b) His wife's.
(c) His son's.
(d) Peter Verkhovensky's.
2. What plan does Mrs. Stavrogin make for Verhovensky?
(a) She sends her Verkhovensky to get her son from prison.
(b) She asks him to bring her son home.
(c) She asks him to tutor her son.
(d) She asks him to marry Dasha.
3. What are Shatov's political views?
(a) He is not invested in politics.
(b) He is a radical agitator.
(c) He is a staunch conservative.
(d) He is extremely liberal.
4. How many shots does each duelist get to take?
5. Mrs. Lembke bestows her favors in spite of what?
(a) The degeneration of the youths' behavior.
(b) The insults she receives from the local elite.
(c) The jokes the local writers make at her expense.
(d) Her ignorance of all diplomatic matters.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Nicholas meet Captain Lebyatkin?
2. What injury is inflicted during the duel?
3. What are the terms under which Stepan departs Mrs. Stavrogin's house?
4. What does Peter ask his father in front of the group?
5. What does Kirilov say to Gaganov the morning before the duel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the first chapter of Part I end?
2. Who is responsible for killing Mary and Captain Lebyatkin?
3. What does Stavrogin tell Dasha after the duel?
4. What happens to Lisa after she hears about Stavrogin's role in Mary and the Captain's murder?
5. What happens when Shatov shows up to meet Peter and Erkel?
6. What does Karmazinov think about Russia?
7. How does Stavrogin try to avoid the duel with Gaganov?
8. What is the purpose of the gathering at Mr. Virginsky's house?
9. What does Mrs. Stavrogin find out about Nicholas' relationship with Mss Lebyatikin?
10. How are Stavrogin and Lisa getting along the morning after the night they spent together?
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