Online Test on "The Plague''- Albert Camus
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5.)In order to write "The Plague", Albert Camus immersed himself in the history of plagues. He read books on the following? *
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14. )What is the chief aim of people of Oran? *
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17. Can we call The Plague an existentialist novel? *
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30.)Michael Schaub in his article talks about "Albert Camus and the Search of Meaning in the Midst of Ebola" What is Ebola? *
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2.)"The Plague" tells the story of a plague sweeping the French Algerian City of _. *
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40. What is the similarity between the characters of the novel and us? How do we feel as we are imprisoned due to the epidemic?
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12.)‘Everyone has inside it himself this plague, because no one in the world, no one, can ever be _.’ *
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35.)What is Raymond Rambert's profession? *
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15.) The subject matter of The Plague is very near to ___. *
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20. What is the similarity between France and Oran in The Plague? *
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41. What do the townspeople have in common?
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21. In the novel "The Plague" the disease Plague may be understood as the presence of moral evil or simply as a symbol of the nature of the human condition. Can this be the same for Covid-19? *
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1.)The Plague (French: La Peste) is a novel by _, published in _.
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26.)Camus’s observation about “the utter incapacity of every man truly to share in suffering that he cannot see” is the subject of which autho brilliant and devastating reimagining of the plague tale, “Blindness,” from 1995. *
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23. Rampart is a journalist in The Plague and he is trapped in Oran and his wife is in Paris. This is an example of _______. *
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42. "Funerals are conducted with more and more speed, no ceremony and little concern for the feelings of the families of the diseased." This was the situation in Oran due to the disease. Do you see the same situation due to Covid-19?
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33.)How does Father Paneloux interpret the plague in his second sermon? *
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37.)How would Doctor Rieux's philosophy best be characterized? *
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49. The Plague takes place in a city where Camus had lived for several years. As a writer he has dramatized his experiences. This can be called ____. *
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19. The novel "The Plague" is an allegory of _______. *
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16. Camus in The Plague ironically treats the very question of ____. *
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11.)Who in the novel considers the plague as the God's Punishment for depravity? *
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10.) Select the correct closing lines of the novel "The Plague" by Albert Camus. *
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47. Othon's young son dies because of plague. When Othon's quarantine period ends he elects to stay in the camp as a volunteer. Which one is the proper explanation of it.
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13. Albert Camus in his novel The Plague dramatizes ____ of people. *
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9.)Select the correct Opening lines of the novel "The Plague" by Albert Camus. *
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25.)Who wrote this? - “Farewell to the giant powers of man,” in “The Last Man,” in 1826, after a disease has ravaged the world. *
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8.)"The Plague" has been read as an an allegorical treatment of the French resistance to which occupation during Second World War? *
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43. In quarantine there is nothing people do new in their life. We see each other doing the same work everyday. Which of the following word is appropriate to describe the situation?
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44. Everydayness leads people to __.
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34.)How does Paneloux interpret the plague in his First sermon? *
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3.)The Novel's hero is seen as version of Albert Camus himself. Who is the hero? *
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45. What does Camus try to dramatize in his novel The Plague?
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48. The novel can be read as a satire on freedom. How does quarantine period helps to understand freedom?
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7.) On which Epidemic is the novel believed to be based on, had killed a large proportion of Oran's population in 1849? *
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50. Who in the novel aspires to be a writer?
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39.)‘Everyone has inside it himself this plague, because no one in the world, no one, can ever be immune.’ Who wrote this?
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6.)The Gujarati Translation of "The Plague" is done by _ and published in 10 episodes in Gujarati daily newspaper called _. *
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22. In which month the story of "The Plague" begins? *
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46. Othon's young son dies because of plague. When Othon's quarantine period ends he elects to stay in the camp as a volunteer. What is the reason?
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28.)Which are the three kinds of data the narrator had? *
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29.)Which Bureau ran a free-information talk on the radio and began its talk by announcing that no less than 6,231 rats had been collected and burned in a single day, April 25? *
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24.) Identify the characters of the novel "The Plague" by Albert Camus. *
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31.)Davidson College Professor and “Disease Detective” Kata Chillag in her article says that Watching movies at home is a good way to engage in _. *
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18. What is the similarity between people of Oran city and the 21st century people? *
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4.) Doctor Rieux Came across mysterious deaths of thousands of_. *
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38.)What is the first sign that things are going wrong in Oran? *
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32.)Who is the first victim of the plague in the novel? *
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36.)What does Dr. Rieux consider humankind's only real vice? *
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27.)Edgar Allan Poe’s 1842 tale _ is set in a medieval world plagued by a contagious disease that kills nearly instantly. *
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