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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. What prevented Heisenberg’s last visit to the Bohrs?
(a) The death of their child
(b) An argument
(c) The outbreak of war
(d) His marriage

2. How does Heisenberg react to Margrethe during the visit depicted in Act 1?
(a) With annoyance
(b) Angrily
(c) Indifferently
(d) Happily

3. What activity does Margrethe suggest for the two men?
(a) Table-tennis
(b) Sailing
(c) Skiing
(d) Walking

4. How does Margrethe refer to Weizsacker?
(a) Your enemy
(b) Your friend
(c) Our enemy
(d) Our friend

5. How does Heisenberg propose that Bohr protect himself?
(a) Come to Germany
(b) De-bug his home
(c) Flee the country
(d) Make friends at the Embassy

Short Answer Questions

1. What was unique about the game of cards that Heisenberg recalls?

2. According to Heisenberg, how do people usually react to Bohr?

3. What does fission produce BEFORE the final product?

4. Why is Heisenberg envious of Bohr?

5. Where do Heisenberg and Bohr go first on their latest visit?

Short Essay Questions

1. What wartime experience has Heisenberg had that Bohr has not?

2. How does the audience know when fission was invented?

3. What excuse does Heisenberg make to Margrethe for leaving?

4. What role did Bohr play in the atomic project?

5. What was Schrödinger’s work that Heisenberg struggled to accept?

6. What does Heisenberg claim are the differences in torment between Oppenheimer and himself?

7. What are Heisenberg’s recollections of post-World War I Germany?

8. What is the familial relationship between Bohr and Heisenberg that is alluded to throughout the play?

9. What is the German Cultural Institute?

10. What is the religious relationship between Bohr and Heisenberg that is alluded to throughout the play?

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