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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 8, Chapters 13-17 | Part 8, Chapters 18-22.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the affair of the stolen money, why is Nicholas ordered to apologize to his regiment?
(a) His accusing a fellow officer of theft could disgrace his regiment.
(b) He is being used as an example for other troublemakers.
(c) He's been caught with the money.
(d) His commanding officer wants to humble him as he thinks he's too proud.
2. Princess Mary has her hair done in a different style for the guests. How does her father react to her?
(a) He gets angry with her and tells her to leave his sight.
(b) He tells her that it is quite becoming.
(c) He tells her in front of them that he does not approve of it and never to do it again.
(d) He pays no attention to it as he is not interested in such "feminine" things.
3. Why does Kutuzov request Andrew to work with him?
(a) He wants Andrew to keep command of the troops as he (Kutuzov) is elderly.
(b) He wants to keep an eye on him.
(c) He needs an adjutant.
(d) He knew Andrew's father and knows Andrew to be a good soldier.
4. How does Natasha react when Anatole tells her he is in love with her?
(a) She tells him not to say that; she is engaged and in love with another man.
(b) She is uncomfortable at his lack of propriety, and questions how he could be in love with someone he's only just met the day before.
(c) She is flattered and presses his hand.
(d) She is overcome with delight and says nothing except that she is already engaged.
5. Who does Dolokhov propose to?
(c) Helene Bezukhova.
Short Answer Questions
1. What dance do Denisov and Natasha do at Iogel's ball?
2. How does Count Rostov react when he hears about Nicholas' card game?
3. Why does General Mack go to Kutuzov's camp?
4. How does Prince Bolkonsky react to Prince Vasili and Anatole's visit?
5. What prevents Anatole from openly courting Natasha?
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