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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 success of the journey.
(d) The persuasion of the leader.
2. What does the deserter wish to do some time later?
(a) Write his memoirs for publication.
(b) Expose the League's secrets.
(c) Gain the confidence of the League Speaker.
(d) Be forgiven and rejoin the League.
3. At the beginning of Part II, who or what else is missing?
(a) Food needed for the rest of the journey.
(b) Other things from everyone.
(c) Instructions from the League Court.
(d) Orders from the Caliph.
4. What unmerited reputation does the League have in Part I?
(a) They will restore the monarchy.
(b) They are commisioned by St. Christopher.
(c) They will take back the Holy Land.
(d) They will overthrow the government in India.
5. What is the first amazing phenomenon the narrator sees in Part I's journey?
(a) Leo turning himself into a dog.
(b) Saint Christopher pointing to the left.
(c) Agramant fighting the League leader.
(d) The Child Savior showing the way east.
6. What does the narrator says is impairing him as he starts his narration early in Part I?
(a) His eyesight.
(b) An injury to his head.
(c) An injury to his leg.
(d) His confidence and recollection.
7. In Part I, how does the narrator describe encounters with different parties?
(a) As difficult and confusing.
(b) Parties ban together for the rest of the journey.
(c) As pleasant, festive days.
(d) Different parties are very secretive.
8. In Part II, another person on the journey claims what about certain writings?
(a) They are understood only by League members.
(b) They are important German writings.
(c) They are writings in French and Hebrew.
(d) They are original characters known only by the master.
9. Who or what occupies the narrator's thoughts the most on the journey in Part I?
(a) The Speaker.
(c) The Holy Grail.
(d) Solomon's Key.
10. What doubts do H.H.'s memory of the journey and participants of the World War share?
(a) Whether their story is worth telling.
(b) Whether or not they really experienced it.
(c) Whether others care what happened to them.
(d) Whether they will ever forget.
11. In Part I, where does the narrator say his happiness arises from?
(a) Meeting Mozrt and hearing him play.
(b) Arriving at the King of Siam's colony and feasting with him.
(c) Being able to see the Sun Mountains.
(d) The freedom to experience everything simultaneously.
12. What is the narrator's life-goal?
(a) To win the love of Princess Fatima.
(b) To travel with Roland.
(c) To understand the "Tao".
(d) To capture a magical snake.
13. In Part II, what does H.H. say most historians want to do?
(a) Portray only what they want to remember.
(b) Portray events sincerely.
(c) Portray only what is important to them.
(d) Portray events as they see them.
14. In Part I, what does the narrator say that several other authors claim?
(a) They have traveled the world.
(b) They have give accurate descriptions of the East.
(c) They are experts in archeology.
(d) They are brothers of the League
15. What is H.H.'s hope as Part II ends?
(a) He will continue his story tomorrow.
(b) He will find the strength to continue his journey.
(c) He will be able to forgive the League.
(d) He will not despair over the loss of his memoirs.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe his country at the end of the World War?
2. In Part One, who does the narrator quote as saying, "Where are we really going"?
3. What does the narrator say is in the East that disciples are traveling towards?
4. Who or what does H.H. say is the basis of his community in Part II?
5. What does H.H. say no longer exists in the group?
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