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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 10, Chapters 1-7 | Part 10, Chapters 8-13.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Andrew goes to Speranski's for dinner What does he think of him and his company?
(a) He is disappointed at the company's superficial conversation and criticism of everyone.
(b) He is delighted to be in such interesting and illustrious company.
(c) He is surprised at the conversation but he agrees.
(d) He is angry at their criticism of people he admires so much.
2. 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 has never shot a pistol before but refuses to apologize.
(c) He is so distressed at the whole thing that he hopes he's shot.
(d) He is indifferent because he is too drunk to understand the possible consequences.
3. Who joins Nicholas for the wolf hunt?
(b) No one - he goes on it alone.
(c) Sonya, Natasha, and Petya.
(d) Natasha and Petya.
4. Nicholas is patrolling the picket lines. What is a picket?
(a) Soldiers set apart from a main army to guard them from surprise attack.
(b) A portion of a fence.
(c) A line of stakes set in the ground behind which artillery is positioned.
(d) A border between one army and another.
5. Why does Kutuzov request Andrew to work with him?
(a) He wants to keep an eye on him.
(b) He needs an adjutant.
(c) He wants Andrew to keep command of the troops as he (Kutuzov) is elderly.
(d) He knew Andrew's father and knows Andrew to be a good soldier.
Short Answer Questions
1. Natasha goes to her first grand ball. How does it go for her?
2. Who does Tolstoy refer to as Andrew's hero after the battle at Schon Grabern?
3. The Tsar goes to Olmutz to review the troops. How does Nicholas react when he sees him?
4. After the duel, Helene goes to speak to Pierre. What does she say?
5. Nicholas is patrolling the lines. What is running through his mind?
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