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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part II, another person on the journey claims what about certain writings?
(a) They are writings in French and Hebrew.
(b) They are important German writings.
(c) They are understood only by League members.
(d) They are original characters known only by the master.
2. In Part I, how does the narrator describe encounters with different parties?
(a) Parties ban together for the rest of the journey.
(b) As pleasant, festive days.
(c) Different parties are very secretive.
(d) As difficult and confusing.
3. Mohamed's coffin is believed to hold what magical power?
(a) One receives the ability to judge all men righteously.
(b) One can rise one freely into the air.
(c) One gains immediate entrance into paradise.
(d) One will gain the power to speak to animals.
4. What is the narrator's life-goal?
(a) To capture a magical snake.
(b) To win the love of Princess Fatima.
(c) To travel with Roland.
(d) To understand the "Tao".
5. How far has the journey traveled as Part II begins?
(a) Beyond the Alps into Ancient Macedonia.
(b) To the woods of Lindhorst.
(c) Through half of Europe and a portion of the Middle Ages.
(d) Almost to the Pyramids of Egypt.
6. In Part I, what does the narrator realize about the Journey East?
(a) It is a long and difficult journey.
(b) It brings full enlightment to each traveler.
(c) It is a procession of believers moving towards the East.
(d) It is a single pilgrmage.
7. How does H.H. describe his demeanor in Part II?
(a) He has feelings of sadness and doubt.
(b) He is restless.
(c) He becomes determined to succeed.
(d) He becomes angry and sullen.
8. What unmerited reputation does the League have in Part I?
(a) They will overthrow the government in India.
(b) They will restore the monarchy.
(c) They are commisioned by St. Christopher.
(d) They will take back the Holy Land.
9. In Part I, what is Longus doing in "the wood"?
(a) Carving his enchantment flute.
(b) Writing Greek and Hebrew.
(c) Playing with two white dogs.
(d) Meditating with Leo.
10. What or who does H.H. wish to save in Part II?
(a) Some records of their great cause.
(b) His faith.
(c) The Count of Keyserling.
(d) The League's court decisions.
11. What does H.H. say has exaggerated value in Part II?
(a) The success of the journey.
(b) The power of the League.
(c) A missing document.
(d) Lukas' description of the World War.
12. What does H.H. say his belief is susceptible to in Part II?
(a) The whims of his emotions.
(b) Many different opions.
(c) The persuasion of the leader.
(d) The success of the journey.
13. In Part II, what does H.H. say is very difficult for him to do?
(a) Relate a number of events connectedly.
(b) Attest clearly to what he experienced.
(c) Prevent the League from taking his journal.
(d) Make Leo understand why he must tell his story.
14. What does the narrator do at the end of his probation year in the League?
(a) Dedicates his body and soul to the Journey East.
(b) Chooses a life of poverty and prayer.
(c) Pays his dues to become a full member.
(d) Climbs the mystical mountain to study under the League leader.
15. How does H.H. describe certain articles in Part II?
(a) As precious tokens of their journey.
(b) As proofs that the League existed.
(c) As meaningless ornaments of the world.
(d) As seemingly indispensable things.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part I, who or what does the narrator meet at the riverside?
2. Where does the group camp as Part II begins?
3. How does the narrator describe the times early in Part I?
4. What does the deserter wish to do some time later?
5. What doubts do H.H.'s memory of the journey and participants of the World War share?
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