The Prague Orgy Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Sisovsky claim to hate when talking with Zuckerman in the beginning of the novel?

2. Who meets Zuckerman to show him around at Klenek's?

3. Who does Olga tell the boy at the orgy party videotapes her?

4. In what language did Sisovsky's father write?

5. Where does Olga tell the boy at the party that this picture of her will show up at Klenek's?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Olga represent symbolically in the narrative?

2. Why does Sisovsky tell Zuckerman Eva cannot return to Prague? How did they leave?

3. What do Mr. Vodicka an the gay boy at Klenek's represent symbolically?

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

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

6. What duality and conflict does Sisovsky face in America? What does Eva?

7. What symbolism is revealed in the party at Klenek's? What are the attendees representative of?

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

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?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the objectives, actions and obstacles of the characters in pages 32-39. Why did Zuckerman actually come to Klenek's? What does Zuckerman want from Olga? What does Olga want?

Essay Topic 2

Describe and discuss Zuckerman's response to the orgy party. How does Zuckerman react to Bolotka's suggestion of 15-year-old girls?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss the principle objectives and obstacles of Zuckerman, Sisovsky, and Eva at their first meeting in the narrative. How does Sisovsky's objective impact the actions of the protagonist?

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