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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Where does the narrator say that Dr. D. Clements Olin was born in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3?
(a) Germany.
(b) Canada.
(c) France.
(d) Poland.

2. Who painted Young Woman with Ermine?
(a) Michelangelo.
(b) Leonardo da Vinci.
(c) Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
(d) Pablo Picasso.

3. Who harasses the Catholic novices when they light a candle in the Hunger Cell in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 4?
(a) Malan.
(b) Erna.
(c) G. Earwig.
(d) Aharon Appelfeld.

4. What word used in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3 means general or universal?
(a) Sadism.
(b) Visage.
(c) Ecumenical.
(d) Pedantic.

5. What word from Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 refers to weariness from bodily or mental exertion?
(a) Fatigue.
(b) Apocryphal.
(c) Disingenuous.
(d) Vorarbeiter.

6. What is Dr. Stern’s first name in the novel?
(a) Howard.
(b) Anders.
(c) David.
(d) Michael.

7. What does Wanda read on the sign as the young couple enters the gates at the compound to drop off the traveler in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) Le travail rend libre!
(b) Arbeit macht frei.
(c) Heil Hitler.
(d) Jedem das Seine.

8. What is Dr. Stern’s specialization, according to the narrator in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3?
(a) Architecture.
(b) Epidemiology of Disease.
(c) Evolutionary biology.
(d) Neurology.

9. What word from Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 means to fear something greatly and/or to be in extreme apprehension of something?
(a) Visage.
(b) Corruption.
(c) Dread.
(d) Fatigue.

10. What word used in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 refers to a two-dimensional representation of the outline of an object?
(a) Chiaroscuro.
(b) Fatigue.
(c) Silhouette.
(d) Disingenuous.

11. At least how many prisoners died at Auschwitz during the Holocaust?
(a) 1.1 million.
(b) 2.3 million.
(c) 4.3 million.
(d) 3.2 million.

12. The narrator describes Dr. Stern in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3 as “one of those perverse intellectuals who enjoy the role of” what?
(a) “The priest.”
(b) “The student.”
(c) “The buffoon.”
(d) “The professor.”

13. How many Jews does the traveler tell his companions were murdered after World War II in Poland in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) Nearly 1,000.
(b) Nearly 5,000.
(c) Nearly 3,000.
(d) Nearly 2,000.

14. Where does the narrator say Dr. Olin attended university in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3?
(a) Delaware.
(b) Connecticut.
(c) New York.
(d) Massachusetts.

15. What river does the narrator describe the road following “westward across the frozen landscape” in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) The Danube River.
(b) The Vistula River.
(c) The Elbe River.
(d) The Oka River.

Short Answer Questions

1. What word from Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 means ostentatious in one’s learning, or overly concerned with minute formalisms?

2. The man who points out the different locations at the camp in the dormitory in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2 says to the traveler, “Why do you stare, if I may ask? You never see” what before?

3. For what saint do the Catholic novices offer a candle in the Hunger Cell in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 4?

4. Of those who witnessed the horrors of the Holocaust, Dr. Stern says what “is about all we have in common with those poor doomed bastards” in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 5?

5. The traveler is said to have once been a resident of what location in the U.S. in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1?

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