A Gentleman in Moscow Quiz

Amor Towles
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Why did the Count decide to learn how to sew? (from Book 3: “1930” — “An Afternoon Assignation”)

2.

What suggests that Sofia did set the geese free on the fourth floor? (from Book 3: “1946” — “Addendum”)

3.

Why is the Count not more upset to discover his family's home had been burned to the ground? (from Book 5: “Apotheoses” — “Afterword”)

4.

Why does the Count look in the secret cabinet in the manager's office when Mr. Halecki called him to a meeting there? (from Book 1: “An Assembly” — “Advent”)

5.

Why does the Count have Richard call several phone numbers in order to confirm that Sofia has made it safely to the embassy? (from Book 5: “Apotheoses” — “Afterword”)

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