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Test 5

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The night before he died, what occurred to Pahom that served as a warning against the dangers of greed? He had a dream.
According to Goethe, Who shall "crown thy work at last?" God
In the cutting from Hamlet, who is giving advice? a father (Polonius)
What happened after the four people drank the water from Dr. Heidegger? They became young again and reverted back to the follies of their youth. Once the water was gone, they became old again.
In "Pooh Goes Visiting," where did Pooh get stuck? In the front door of Rabbit's house.
How long was Pooh stuck in the front door? For one week.
Does "True Heroism" praise the triumph of the inward or the outward struggle? The inward.
Who read to Pooh while he waited to slim down? Christopher Robin
What was Dr. Heidegger's experiment? He gave his friends water from the Fountain of Youth to see if they would revert to their former youthful, foolish selves again.
What did the doctor put in the vase to show his four guests the amazing properties of the water? A dried rose.
In "How Much Land Does a Man Need?" what did Pahom do for his living? He farmed.
Why did Pahom prosecute his neighbors? Their animals trespassed onto his land and some of his trees were cut down.
The poem "Fire and Ice" discusses the destruction of what? The world.
Who offered Pahom as much land as he could walk around in one day? The Bashkirs.
In "Friendship," who came every day to visit the French restaurant owner? A medium-sized black dog.
The owner changed his mind about firing whom? The waitress, Bertha.
What did the owner throw at the dog? A hard roll.
How did the dog respond differently to the restaurant owner's handouts during the last two visits? He wouln't eat the meat.
The conversation between two characters is called? Dialogue.
Who wrote "Hamlet" (A Father's Advice to His Son)? William Shakespeare
Who wrote "Fire and Ice?" Robert Frost
What good friend offered Winnie-the-Pooh something to eat? Rabbit
In "True Heroism," the author says that whoever struggles against what and wins whould be praised? Himself.
For one thousand roubles, Pahom could have all the land he could walk around in one what? Day
What did the Frenchman, who was friendly to the dog, own in "Friendship?" a restaurant
"Rest not! Life is sweeping by, Go and dare before you die." Name the story. "Hast Not, Rest Not"
"Six feet from his head to his heels was all he needed." What story? "How Much Land Does a Man Need?"
"He may not wear a hero's crown, Or fill a hero's grave; But truth will place his name among The bravest of the brave." What story. "True Heroism"
"...It would be well that, with the experience of a lifetime to direct you, you should draw up a few general rules for your guidance in passing a second time through the perils of youth." What story. "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment"
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be; For loan oft losses both itself and friend, An borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry." What story. "A Father's Advice to His Son" (Hamlet)
"What shall I do? he thought again. I have grasped too much and ruined the whole affair. I can't get there before the sun sets." What story. "How Much Land Does a Man Need?"
"Bind the motto to thy breast; Bear it with thee as a spell; Storm or sunshine, guard it well!" What story. "Haste Not, Rest Not"
Created by: Mrs. Howie



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