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In the Penal Colony

In the Penal Colony

  

by Franz Kafka

In the Penal Colony: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around In the Penal Colony? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The punishment of a man has to do with this


Victims
Accusers
Judges
Body
Soul
Q. The officer's face is described as


Strong
Lined
Limp
Fiery
Red
Q. What is written on the body is a


Blessing
Commandment
Accusation
Poem
Sonnet
Q. In Warren's allegory, what is responsible for enforcing God's law?


Church
School
Parents
Mothers
Fathers
Q. In Warren's view, the officer is like a


Priest
Bishop
Pawn
Pope
Judge
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