1. What does Freedman say about artists at the beginning of his biography of Hesse?
(a) They hide behind masks.
(b) They always avoid confronting their true selves.
(c) They are always searching for themselves.
(d) They expose themselves in their work.
2. What does Freedman say people look for in art?
3. What does Freedman say is the relationship between an artist's work and his life?
(a) Hesse's life is inscrutable.
(b) Traumas in Hesse's childhood were instrumental in his art.
(c) Hesse's life clarifies his work.
(d) Hesse's work came primarily from his imagination.
4. What does Freedman say Hesse wrote about?
(a) War-time experiences.
(c) Mystical experiences.
(d) Mundane things.
5. What reason does Freedman give for Hesse's choice of subject matter?
(a) Hesse was looking for a sense of self.
(b) Hesse was trying to unravel the mystery of his birth.
(c) Hesse was trying to prophesy a better future.
(d) Hesse was trying to purge a sense of inherited guilt.
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