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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part I, what does the narrator say world history often seems like?
(a) A waste of time to study.
(b) Humanity's desire to erase its memory.
(c) A short respite between national wars.
(d) Glorious revelations of previous generations.
2. What does the deserter wish to do some time later?
(a) Expose the League's secrets.
(b) Gain the confidence of the League Speaker.
(c) Write his memoirs for publication.
(d) Be forgiven and rejoin the League.
3. What does the Leader say about "grace" in Part I?
(a) It cannot be bought.
(b) Once found it cannot be lost.
(c) It is not recognized by common people.
(d) It is regained by repentance.
4. What does the narrator do at the end of his probation year in the League?
(a) Chooses a life of poverty and prayer.
(b) Pays his dues to become a full member.
(c) Climbs the mystical mountain to study under the League leader.
(d) Dedicates his body and soul to the Journey East.
5. What does H.H. say his belief is susceptible to in Part II?
(a) Many different opions.
(b) The persuasion of the leader.
(c) The success of the journey.
(d) The whims of his emotions.
6. What is the unanimously observed rule of the group?
(a) Preach their gospel to all they met.
(b) Convert unbelievers along their journey,
(c) Go to Africa and rescue a member from the Moors.
(d) Pay homage to all the ancient places of the League.
7. What leads to heated arguments within the group at the beginning of Part II?
(a) The possible loss of an important document.
(b) The leader's inablilty to gain the group's confidence.
(c) Whether or not to continue the journey.
(d) H.H.'s very bad temper.
8. What does everyone agree on about a particular document in Part II?
(a) It is a copy.
(b) It is in a linen bag.
(c) It is of great value.
(d) It is an original.
9. What does the narrator say is the one paradox that must be accepted?
(a) Life and death are inseparable.
(b) A fool is wiser than the greatest king.
(c) It is necessary to attempt the seemingly impossible.
(d) Love conquers all obstacles.
10. Who unexpectedly disappears from the journey as Part II opens?
11. In Part I, what does the narrator realize about the Journey East?
(a) It is a single pilgrmage.
(b) It brings full enlightment to each traveler.
(c) It is a procession of believers moving towards the East.
(d) It is a long and difficult journey.
12. In Part II, another person on the journey claims what about certain writings?
(a) They are writings in French and Hebrew.
(b) They are understood only by League members.
(c) They are original characters known only by the master.
(d) They are important German writings.
13. What is the deserter relieved of by the Speaker in Part I?
(a) His prayer book.
(b) His vow of silence.
(c) His personal journal.
(d) His cloak.
14. What does H.H. say no longer exists in the group?
(a) The desire to reach their individual goals.
(b) The strength to stay on the journey.
(c) The ability to remain in the League.
(d) The desire to maintain unity.
15. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. What belief does H.H. say he is sadly sure of?
2. What or who does H.H. say historical events happen to?
3. In Part I, who or what does the narrator meet at the riverside?
4. In Part I, what does the narrator say that several other authors claim?
5. What happens to H.H.'s first attempt to tell his story?
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