Zorba the Greek Quiz | Eight Week Quiz F

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 21.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who does Zorba offer to take the place of in Madame Hortense's world?
(a) Her parrot.
(b) The narrator.
(c) Mavrandoni.
(d) Canavaro.

2. After sleeping with the widow, what does the narrator realize?
(a) "The flesh is language for the soul."
(b) "The soul is flesh as well."
(c) "The soul is to be treasured much more than the flesh."
(d) "The soul is a gem that the flesh will never uncover."

3. Who does Zorba say is having a sexual relationship with his student?
(a) Buddha.
(b) Demetrios.
(c) Zaharia.
(d) Gavrili.

4. What does Zorba promise the narrator upon the initiation of their friendship?
(a) He promises to cook him soup and play him music.
(b) He promises to make him a fortune.
(c) He promises to do all of his cooking and cleaning.
(d) He promises to find him a wife.

5. What startles the narrator from his sleep at the monastery?
(a) A loud argument.
(b) Singing.
(c) A woman's screams.
(d) A gun shot.

Short Answer Questions

1. With whom does Zorba begin a romance?

2. Who do Zorba and the narrator stay with on their first night on the island?

3. In Chapter 13, Zorba demonstrates his dedication to what?

4. Why does Zorba say he removed the body part?

5. Whose death is sought after to avenge Pavli's death?

Multiple Choice Questions Key

1. D
2. B
3. B
4. A
5. D

Short Answer Questions Key

1. With whom does Zorba begin a romance?

Dame Hortense.

2. Who do Zorba and the narrator stay with on their first night on the island?

Dame Hortense.

3. In Chapter 13, Zorba demonstrates his dedication to what?

His immediate passions.

4. Why does Zorba say he removed the body part?

It got in the way of his pottery.

5. Whose death is sought after to avenge Pavli's death?

The widow.

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