Zorba the Greek Quiz | Eight Week Quiz B

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Zorba consider the act of dancing to be?
(a) Sexual.
(b) Communication.
(c) Entertainment.
(d) Competition.

2. With whom does Zorba begin a romance?
(a) A strange woman walking on the beach.
(b) A young widowed mother.
(c) Dame Hortense.
(d) A nun.

3. How does Zorba suggest that a man best get to know the world?
(a) He says that a man should have relations with many women.
(b) He says that a man should go sailing around the world.
(c) He says that a man should try foreign foods.
(d) He suggests that a man spend some time being savage and sinful.

4. What or who does the narrator live for?
(a) Zorba.
(b) Women.
(c) Mankind.
(d) God.

5. Who were Madame Hortense's four great loves?
(a) Four admirals from England, France, Italy, Russia.
(b) Four chefs from Italy, France, Spain, and Poland.
(c) Two pilots from America and two from Germany.
(d) Four thieves from Crete.

Short Answer Questions

1. Zorba tells the narrator stories about the island. What kind of events does he describe?

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

3. What is the great plan that Zorba reveals to the narrator in Chapter 6?

4. What or who does Zorba live for?

5. What pact do the narrator and his best friend make before parting?

Multiple Choice Questions Key

1. B
2. C
3. D
4. D
5. A

Short Answer Questions Key

1. Zorba tells the narrator stories about the island. What kind of events does he describe?

Wars and revolutions.

2. 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.

3. What is the great plan that Zorba reveals to the narrator in Chapter 6?

He wants to develop a cable system for transporting timber.

4. What or who does Zorba live for?

Man as individual.

5. What pact do the narrator and his best friend make before parting?

They agree to telepathically warn one another of danger.

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