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The Lady with the Dog

The Lady with the Dog

  

by Anton Chekhov

The Lady with the Dog: No, You’re Right - Lady and the Tramp Does Sound Better Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Lady with the Dog? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Where is Yalta?


At the foot of the Black Mountains
On the coast of the Black Sea
At the edge of the Black Forest
In the land of the Black Eyed Peas
Q. What bothers Gurov?


Adultery in general
His wife engaging in an affair
One of his lovers becoming emotionally attached
When a woman asks him if he’d like to go upstairs, and what she really means is would he like to see her coin collection?
Q. Who is Anna?


Anna is the - whoa! “Anna” is a palindrome, did you notice that?!?! I’m sorry, what was the question?
The lady with the dog
The lady with the dog’s daughter
Q. What does Anna consider herself when she becomes involved with Gurov?


She considers herself a fallen woman
She considers herself very lucky
She considers herself crazy
She considers herself at home. She considers herself one of the family.
Q. Why does Anna and Gurov’s affair end?


Because Gurov’s wife finds out
Because Anna’s husband summons her home
Because the egg timer goes off
Because they fall out of love with one another
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