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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the narrator describe the times early in Part I?
(a) Difficult times.
(b) Painful times.
(c) Remarkable times.
(d) Prosperous times.
2. At the beginning of Part II, where does the character leave the journey?
(d) Morbio Inferiore.
3. What do the officials instruct the narrator to do once he is a member of the League?
(a) Meditate and prepare his body and soul to accept the Tao.
(b) Fast for forty days to prove he is worthy of the task before him.
(c) Attach himself to a group of ten people en route to the expidition.
(d) Stand vigil over the sacred book for one full day and night.
4. What does H.H. believe is the most memorable event in Part II?
(a) Leo's disappearance.
(b) The death of the leader.
(c) Their arrival in Italy.
(d) The disspersion of the League.
5. How does the narrator describe his country at the end of the World War?
(a) It is under the rule of a strong dictator.
(b) It is full of saviors and prophets.
(c) It is enjoying a new prosperity.
(d) It is settling into a democratic time.
6. Who does the narrator meet in Part I and love immediately?
7. Who unexpectedly disappears from the journey as Part II opens?
8. What leads to heated arguments within the group at the beginning of Part II?
(a) The leader's inablilty to gain the group's confidence.
(b) Whether or not to continue the journey.
(c) The possible loss of an important document.
(d) H.H.'s very bad temper.
9. In Part I, what is Longus doing in "the wood"?
(a) Playing with two white dogs.
(b) Meditating with Leo.
(c) Carving his enchantment flute.
(d) Writing Greek and Hebrew.
10. In Part I, what does the narrator say the conquered nations are ready to believe in?
(a) Long lasting peace.
(b) Things beyond reality.
(c) Their freedom.
(d) A time of great exploration.
11. In Part II, what does H.H. say is very difficult for him to do?
(a) Make Leo understand why he must tell his story.
(b) Prevent the League from taking his journal.
(c) Attest clearly to what he experienced.
(d) Relate a number of events connectedly.
12. Where do many of the journey members believe League documents are deposited?
(a) In four old capitals.
(b) In a temple in Rome.
(c) In the League Library at Zurich.
(d) In an ancient Greek library.
13. What happens to H.H.'s first attempt to tell his story?
(a) He is brought to a halt by a single, small episode.
(b) He loses his journal.
(c) He is too sad to remember the events.
(d) He believes the journey is not worth remembering.
14. 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.
15. In Part I, who or what does the narrator meet at the riverside?
(a) Charles the Great.
(b) A talking peacock.
(d) Puss 'n Boots.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part II, another person on the journey claims what about certain writings?
2. In Part II, what does H.H. say is the only important thing in his life?
3. What is it that H.H. says a historian searches for in events?
4. According to H.H., what does the disappearance of a particular member threaten?
5. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
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