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Sentimental Education

Sentimental Education

  

by Gustave Flaubert

Sentimental Education: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Sentimental Education? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. How says, "For my part, anyhow, I work for my livelihood! I am a poor man!"?


Frederick
Monsieur Arnoux
Deslauriers
Sénécal
Q. Who says, "Ah! my poor boy! I have had to give up my dreams!"?


Madame Moreau
Frederick Moreau
Monsieur Arnoux
Monsieur Dambreuse
Q. Who says, "I fancy myself your wife"?


Rosanette
Madame Arnoux
Louise Roque
Madame Dambreuse
Q. Who says, "We no longer entertain as we used to do formerly!"?


Madame Arnoux
Madame Dambreuse
Frederick Moreau
Madame Moreau
Q. Who says, "Ah! there are some lucky women in the world. Decidedly, I was made for a rich man!"?


Madame Arnoux
Madame Moreau
Rosanette
Louise Roque
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