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Multiple Choice Questions

1. 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 buffoon.”
(b) “The student.”
(c) “The priest.”
(d) “The professor.”

2. 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?
(a) New Brunswick, New Jersey.
(b) Queens, New York.
(c) Los Angeles, California.
(d) Little Rock, Arkansas.

3. In what year did Rudolf Höss join the Nazi Party?
(a) 1931.
(b) 1922.
(c) 1939.
(d) 1933.

4. What word is used to describe the ram’s horn blown as a wind instrument in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 4?
(a) Chiaroscuro.
(b) Shofar.
(c) Kaddish.
(d) Visage.

5. What is the name of Clements Olin’s father in the novel?
(a) Michael Olinski.
(b) Alexei Olinski.
(c) Xavier Olinski.
(d) David Olinski.

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

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

8. The narrator says of the traveler and young couple in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2, “Not that he’d deserved much courtesy. They had been kind to lug him thirty miles on a winter road to this” what?
(a) "Jedem das Seine."
(b) “Szlachta.”
(c) “Cloaca maxima.”
(d) “Almanach de Gotha.”

9. 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?
(a) “Our digestive tracts.”
(b) “Our compassion.”
(c) “Our genetic code.”
(d) “Our grief.”

10. When were “those heathen Turks finally driven from Vienna,” according to the narrator in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 5?
(a) 1683.
(b) 1241.
(c) 1495.
(d) 1726.

11. What word used in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 4 refers to an earnest desire for achievement or distinction?
(a) Pedantic.
(b) Visage.
(c) Fatigue.
(d) Ambition.

12. 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 Vistula River.
(b) The Oka River.
(c) The Elbe River.
(d) The Danube River.

13. Whom does the traveler recall having said to him of his trip to Poland, “You really have no choice about it, do you?” in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?
(a) His father.
(b) His stepmother.
(c) His grandmother.
(d) His mother.

14. What term in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 4 refers to a liturgical prayer consisting of three or six verses?
(a) Visage.
(b) Kaddish.
(c) Chiaroscuro.
(d) Shofar.

15. During what century does the narrator say Poland “ruled all Europe from the Baltic east to the Black Sea” in Part II: “In the Ogre’s Cave,” Chapter 5?
(a) The seventeenth century.
(b) The thirteenth century.
(c) The sixteenth century.
(d) The fifteenth century.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the name of the camp that the traveler has come to in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 2?

2. Who does the traveler say “styled herself ‘a Queen of Poland’” and displayed the Cecilia Gallerani portrait in the Royal Palace, in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1?

3. What day of the week is it when the traveler arrives in the city and tours it with the young couple in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 1?

4. What literary work of Tadeusz Borowski is described in Part I: “A Guest of Poland,” Chapter 3?

5. 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?

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