Zorba the Greek Quiz | Four Week Quiz B

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 22.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who does Zorba blame for Madame Hortense's promiscuity?
(a) A priest.
(b) God.
(c) Her father.
(d) Her mother.

2. What does the narrator begin doing late one restless night in Chapter 5?
(a) He takes a long walk on the beach.
(b) He begins the writing of his manuscript.
(c) He makes a map of the mine.
(d) He begins a romance with Madame Hortense.

3. While Zorba is away, who invites the narrator to visit Africa?
(a) His soldier friend.
(b) The narrator's older brother.
(c) Zorba.
(d) Karayannis.

4. How do the negotiations over land between Zorba and the abbot begin?
(a) The abbot tries to charge more money than agreed upon.
(b) They agree completely to the original negotiation.
(c) Zorba insists that they pay more.
(d) The abbot charges a lesser amount to prove his devotion to a higher power.

5. How does Lola refer to Zorba?
(a) Son.
(b) Uncle.
(c) Daddy.
(d) Grandad.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Zorba consider the act of dancing to be?

2. Who does Zorba suggest that the narrator romantically pursue?

3. What does the narrator do on his first morning in Crete?

4. Why does Zorba watch the widow's home?

5. In regards to food, what three categories does Zorba say that the three different types of men turn their food into?

Multiple Choice Questions Key

1. B
2. B
3. D
4. A
5. D

Short Answer Questions Key

1. What does Zorba consider the act of dancing to be?

Communication.

2. Who does Zorba suggest that the narrator romantically pursue?

The widow.

3. What does the narrator do on his first morning in Crete?

He takes a stroll through the countryside.

4. Why does Zorba watch the widow's home?

He wants to make sure she is not going to bed alone.

5. In regards to food, what three categories does Zorba say that the three different types of men turn their food into?

Fat and manure, work and good humor, and God.

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