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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4, Chapters 1-4 | Part 4, Chapters 5-8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Maria Dmitrievna's reputation in Russian social circles?
(a) She is known for her horrible temper.
(b) She is known as a woman of wealth and rank.
(c) She is known as a woman of good sense and unadorned speech.
(d) She is known as a former great beauty.
2. Natasha goes into the conservatory to hide when her family is first introduced. What is she waiting for?
(a) She isn't waiting; she is merely hiding from her friends.
(b) She waits for Boris to follow her.
(c) She's waiting for Nicholas to follow Sonya so that she can see what they do.
(d) She's waiting for the guests to leave.
3. How does Pierre approach the duel with Dolokhov?
(a) He is very confident that he will win as he is in the right.
(b) He is so distressed at the whole thing that he hopes he's shot.
(c) He has never shot a pistol before but refuses to apologize.
(d) He is indifferent because he is too drunk to understand the possible consequences.
4. How does Prince Bolkonsky react to Prince Vasili and Anatole's visit?
(a) He does not want Prince Vasili or Anatole there.
(b) He basically ignores them as they have interfered with his strict routine.
(c) He is jealous of the attention they pay to his daughter and daughter-in-law.
(d) He is delighted to see them and pleased to see what a brilliant young man Anatole is.
5. Where does Andrew go after leaving Brunn?
(a) He goes to find the French.
(b) He returns to Kutuzov.
(c) He returns home.
(d) He goes to Moscow.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Tsar goes to Olmutz to review the troops. How does Nicholas react when he sees him?
2. Nicholas goes home on leave. How does he react to Sonya?
3. Who does Andrew stay with when he goes to Brunn?
4. Who does Tolstoy refer to as Andrew's hero after the battle at Schon Grabern?
5. Why does Kutuzov request Andrew to work with him?
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