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The Fall

The Fall


by Albert Camus

The Fall: And If You Like This, Read: The Winter! Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Fall? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. To whom does Jean-Baptiste introduce himself?

His son
A stranger
The reader
His blind date, but he introduces himself as “Pierre,” in case it doesn’t go so well
Q. Jean-Baptiste used to be what?

A priest
A military officer
Thirty pounds overweight, but no longer. Thanks, Jenny!
A lawyer
Q. To what does Jean-Baptiste compare Amsterdam?

Euripides’ Acheron
Dante’s Hell
Homer’s Hades
John Grisham’s writing ability
Q. What is Mexico City?

The novel Jean-Baptiste is writing
The film Jean-Baptiste is going to see
The name of Jean-Baptiste’s Spanish-speaking chihuahua
The history book Jean-Baptiste is writing
The bar where the reader is meeting with Jean-Baptiste
Q. What did Jean-Baptiste used to help the blind do?

Cross the street
Direct them to handicapped parking spots
Learn to read Braille
See again