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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. The narrator notes that Kierkegaard was more at home where?
(b) With Cordelia.
(c) In a world beyond this one.
(d) In his home.
2. Johannes saw Cordelia alone and ________________________.
3. On June 2nd, Johannes notes that Cordelia is __________________; the chatter of her cousins bores her.
4. Johannes notes that he has heard her say that she will be at the exhibition on Monday at 1 p.m., so he decides to arrive when?
(a) 15 minutes later.
(b) 30 minutes later.
(c) 15 minutes earlier.
(d) 30 minutes earlier.
5. Johannes speculates on how interesting it would be if one could discern __________________ ahead of time.
(a) Who one will love.
(b) If one's marriage will last.
(c) What was to occur in a relationship.
(d) If one will ever marry.
Short Answer Questions
1. In fact, the point of The Seducer's Diary is for Kierkegaard to paint a portrait of himself to _______________ his real life love, Cordelia.
2. Was there was a real woman in Kierkegaard's life named Cordelia?
3. The man notes that Kierkegaard broke off the engagement despite what?
4. Johannes admired Cordelia but then feared what?
5. On the twelfth, Johannes discovers the glory of having a young girl come upon you when?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Cordelia react to what Johannes has said to her? How does the description of the exhibition end?
2. What takes place on the 23rd?
3. What does Johannes do upon arriving at the exhibition?
4. What does the April 9th entry say?
5. What does Johannes learn regarding Cordelia and her family on the 19th?
6. What does Johannes discuss in his April 14th entry?
7. How does the book open?
8. What does Johannes learn on the 21st and 22nd?
9. What takes place on the 15th and 16th?
10. What is Johannes willing to do to attract women? What will he do regarding Cordelia?
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