Zorba the Greek Quiz | Eight Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What or who does Zorba live for?
(a) Man as individual.
(b) Mankind.
(c) God.
(d) Mining.

2. How does Zorba believe a man should treat a woman?
(a) He should lie to her about his other lovers.
(b) He should only spend time with her if he wants to marry her.
(c) He should tell her she's beautiful no matter what.
(d) He should cook and clean for her.

3. The narrator warn Zorba that such passions may lead to the removal of what body part?
(a) The achilles.
(b) The ears.
(c) The brain.
(d) The sexual organs.

4. When Zorba and the narrator refuse Mavrandoni's offer of hospitality, what does he say about them?
(a) He says they are free to choose.
(b) He calls Madame Hortense mean names.
(c) He says they are ungrateful.
(d) He says that he thinks they must be very hungry.

5. Who does the narrator hire to help him mine lignite on the island?
(a) Crete.
(b) Zorba.
(c) His best friend.
(d) Santuri.

Short Answer Questions

1. To whom does the narrator's soldier friend say his greatest actions will be owed credit?

2. What reason does Zorba give for having attacked his old boss?

3. Why does the narrator say that the sexual organs may get in the way of freedom?

4. What is the narrator's second goal at the end of Chapter 4?

5. What does Zorba tell the narrator he should have done before going to bed the night before in chapter 4?

Multiple Choice Questions Key

1. A
2. C
3. D
4. A
5. B

Short Answer Questions Key

1. To whom does the narrator's soldier friend say his greatest actions will be owed credit?

Rembrandt's "Warrior."

2. What reason does Zorba give for having attacked his old boss?

He offers no excuse or reason.

3. Why does the narrator say that the sexual organs may get in the way of freedom?

He says that being promiscuous can keep a man from going to heaven.

4. What is the narrator's second goal at the end of Chapter 4?

He wants to be more grounded in the physical world of men.

5. What does Zorba tell the narrator he should have done before going to bed the night before in chapter 4?

He says the narrator should have told Dame Hortense how beautiful she is.

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