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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does the group think they will go after they see the Goblin?
(a) Follow the Goblin to the signpost.
(b) To the Blue Pot.
(c) To the safety of the valley.
(d) Continue their journey without interruption.
2. What does the narrator say about Leo at the end of Part I?
(a) He is the holder of Solomon's Key.
(b) He is closer than a brother to the narrator.
(c) He probably knows more than the entire group.
(d) He is very unreliable.
3. Who or what occupies the narrator's thoughts the most on the journey in Part I?
(a) The Holy Grail.
(b) The Speaker.
(d) Solomon's Key.
4. Who or what does H.H. say is the basis of his community in Part II?
(a) The League.
(b) The Bible.
(c) The journey.
(d) The Enlightenment.
5. In Part II, what does H.H. say most historians want to do?
(a) Portray events sincerely.
(b) Portray only what they want to remember.
(c) Portray events as they see them.
(d) Portray only what is important to them.
6. In Part I, what is Longus doing in "the wood"?
(a) Playing with two white dogs.
(b) Meditating with Leo.
(c) Writing Greek and Hebrew.
(d) Carving his enchantment flute.
7. What does H.H. say no longer exists in the group?
(a) The ability to remain in the League.
(b) The desire to maintain unity.
(c) The desire to reach their individual goals.
(d) The strength to stay on the journey.
8. What does the narrator says is impairing him as he starts his narration early in Part I?
(a) His eyesight.
(b) His confidence and recollection.
(c) An injury to his head.
(d) An injury to his leg.
9. According to H.H., what does the disappearance of a particular member threaten?
(a) Leo's ability to perform magic.
(b) The secrecy of the League.
(c) The future of the League.
(d) The value and meaning of everything, even life.
10. What or who does H.H. say historical events happen to?
(a) The participants.
(b) The future.
(c) The nameless.
(d) The victors.
11. According to H.H., what must the historian do to allow meaning into a narrative?
(a) Provide a common thread of knowlege for all of history.
(b) Remain as true to the actual events as possible.
(c) Invent units, heroes, nations, and ideas.
(d) Create realistic scenes with vivid imagery.
12. In Part I, what holds up the journey's progress in a small provincial town?
(a) The opposition of Saturn and the moon.
(b) The Prince of the provinces.
(c) Terrible flooding.
(d) The Journey leader quits.
13. What does H.H. say has exaggerated value in Part II?
(a) The success of the journey.
(b) A missing document.
(c) The power of the League.
(d) Lukas' description of the World War.
14. Who does the narrator meet in Part I and love immediately?
15. What does the narrator say is in the East that disciples are traveling towards?
(a) The great temple of Kundalini.
(b) The dawning of the Third Empire.
(c) The Bacchanalian feast.
(d) The Home of LIght.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part One, who does the narrator quote as saying, "Where are we really going"?
2. Where do many of the journey members believe League documents are deposited?
3. Who preserves the memory of Hohenstaufen?
4. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
5. How does H.H. describe certain articles in Part II?
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