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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. When was Philip Roth born?
(a) 1933.
(b) 1931.
(c) 1929.
(d) 1927.

2. Where at Klenek's does Olga reveal her vagina?
(a) The kitchen table.
(b) The living room.
(c) The bathroom.
(d) The garage.

3. What does Sisovsky tell Zuckerman pursues Eva in their first meeting?
(a) A stray cat.
(b) German heroes.
(c) Jewish demons.
(d) American yankees.

4. Who has possession of Sisovsky's father's stories?
(a) Eva.
(b) Gina.
(c) Sonia.
(d) Olga.

5. To whom was Eva married in Europe?
(a) A Czech actor.
(b) An Irish politician.
(c) A Russian spy.
(d) A British singer.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the name of the man Eva left her husband for in the narrative?

2. Sisovsky's father's last ten stories were about what?

3. What did the Gestapo officer come to Sisovsky's father's house every day to do during World War II?

4. Where did Philip Roth attend college?

5. Where does Sisovsky say he arrived in Canada from in the beginning of the novel?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Olga demand before exposing herself at the orgy party? Where is Olga's lover, according to Bolotka?

2. What does Sisovsky tell Zuckerman about Eva's past in Prague when they first meet?

3. Why does Sisovsky claim to have written to Zuckerman in their meeting? Where are Sisovsky's father's stories?

4. Why was Eva accused of being Jewish in Prague? Who accused her and how was he reprimanded?

5. What does Olga beg of Zuckerman before he leaves the party at Klenek's? What does Bolotka tell him upon parting?

6. Why does Sisovsky tell Zuckerman his novel is banned? Why did he leave Czechoslovakia?

7. Discuss the theme of Jewish identity in Philip Roth's writing. What are his influences? What other works address the subject?

8. How does Sisovsky describe his father? What does Sisovsky conclude his father belonged to?

9. What reaction does Olga receive after exposing herself at Klenek's?

10. What does the story of Eva's past foreshadow for the protagonist?

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