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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. What was Carl's problem with Irene?
(d) Vinereal diseast
2. How do Henry and Fillmore become conspicuous in the church?
(a) Not knowing what to do with Holy Water
(b) Having a coughing fit
(c) Laughing out loud
(d) Walking around and making callous remarks
3. What does Henry want to see in the Pension Orfila?
(a) The fabled murals by Picasso
(b) The bust of Homer
(c) The lavatories with the gold fixtures
(d) The room where Strindberg once lived
4. What kind of work is Henry doing that is not very creative?
(a) Book binding
(b) Making ad layouts
(c) Writing jingles
5. How is Henry greeted by Macha when he first meets her?
(a) She says, "So you're the writer."
(b) She looks at him imperiously and asks if he's the butler.
(c) She comes to the door wearing only a filmy negligee.
(d) She refuses to recognize his presence.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gives Henry the money he has upon returning from Le Havre?
2. Why is Henry going to Dijon?
3. What is Henry's assessment of Mark Swift?
4. What does Henry think of when he is nursing old wounds on his way to Dijon?
5. After losing his job, what do Carl and Van Norden keep asking Henry?
Short Essay Questions
1. Does Henry see everything that flows in the same way it was seen by Milton?
2. Why does Kruger evict Henry from his studio?
3. What is it about Boris that Henry can never quite understand?
4. What is the one thing that makes Van Norden's dump of a hotel acceptable?
5. Explain how Henry is helped from Kruger's studio.
6. Describe the nature of the job Henry accepts in Dijon.
7. Describe Henry's feelings when he has placed himself on a budget.
8. Give a brief description of Van Norden.
9. How does Henry feel going to his room in the dark dormitory late at night?
10. What do Henry's thoughts about the naked trollops represent?
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