The Stranger - Reading Quiz
Today's Reading Quiz is Open Web and Open Book.
In addition, links to the chapters are below the quiz.
Who thought, "Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know."?
What best describes the reaction the above character has to his mother's death?
The old persons’ home where Meursault’s mother lives was in:
What does Meursault do during the vigil for his mother?
He cries all night.
He chats happily with Thomas Perez.
He smokes, drinks coffee, and sleeps.
He gets into a fight with the caretaker.
What is the restaurant where Meursault often eats?
How soon after his mother’s funeral does Meursault have a date with Marie?
Later that afternoon
A week later
Exactly one year later
The next day
Who loses his mangy dog?
The ethnicity of Raymond’s mistress is
What name does Raymond's mistress call him?
What does Raymond say that describes his actions and attitudes towards his mistress?
“I’d smack her around a little, but nice-like, you might say. She’d scream a little…. And if you ask me, she still hasn’t gotten what she has coming.”
“A minute later she asked me if I loved her. I told her it didn’t mean anything but that I didn’t think so. She looked sad.”
“I explained to her that it didn’t really matter and that if she wanted to, we could get married.”
“She had put on a white linen dress and let her hair down. I told her she was beautiful and she laughed with delight.”
Who accompanies Raymond to the police station as a witness?
Who is Meursault's girlfriend?
Whose beach house do Raymond, Meursault, and Marie visit?
Who slashes Raymond on his arms and lips with a knife?
Why does Meursault commit murder?
It is self-defense
His family is insulted
His honor is questioned
There is no real explanation
Meursault describes the four gunshots as knocking on the door of:
Who is the author of The Stranger?
What year was The Stranger first published?
The nationality of the novel's main character is:
Based on your answer to the above question, in which continent does The Stranger take place?
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