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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who convinces Franz to climb the Citadel?
(c) The other guides of Kurtal.
(d) Captain Winter.
2. What had disappeared with Rudi's fear?
(a) The terror.
(b) The need to run away.
(c) The feeling of being alone.
(d) The specter.
3. Why was Rudi frustrated and shamed when he came to the crack?
(a) He was hauled up like a bundle of firewood.
(b) It was the first time in which he had needed assistance from the others.
(c) He had dangled.
(d) He had slipped and fallen.
4. Where had Winter been hurt?
(a) His arm.
(b) His head.
(c) His hand.
(d) His leg.
5. When did Rudi finally allow himself to collapse?
(a) When he had gotten Saxo to the Fortress.
(b) When he had gotten Saxo to the tents.
(c) When he had gotten Saxo to the bottom of the mountain.
(d) When he had summoned Franz and Winter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Rudi compare Saxo to in his injury?
2. Where did Rudi keep near when he had approached the area in which the avalanche had occurred the day before?
3. What approximate time was it when the group had moved past the Needle?
4. What was the first "key" to the mountain?
5. What must always come first in any situation?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Rudi so tired?
2. What was the reason that Rudi couldn't come with Saxo and Winter to Broli?
3. In what ways did the Englishman not look so good?
4. Why was Frau Matt not upset with Paul Tauglich?
5. How would the group had been defeated if not for Rudi?
6. How did Saxo treat pursuit of the summit originally? How did this change following his injury?
7. What can the chapter title refer to if it is used as a metaphor?
8. Why didn't Rudi turn around when he knew he had to go back or be caught in darkness?
9. How did Winter keep peace between the two rival guides?
10. In which way did Rudi earn his uncle's admiration?
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