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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What or who does H.H. say historical events happen to?
(a) The participants.
(b) The victors.
(c) The future.
(d) The nameless.
2. What does the narrator says is impairing him as he starts his narration early in Part I?
(a) An injury to his head.
(b) His confidence and recollection.
(c) An injury to his leg.
(d) His eyesight.
3. What does H.H. say no longer exists in the group?
(a) The desire to reach their individual goals.
(b) The ability to remain in the League.
(c) The strength to stay on the journey.
(d) The desire to maintain unity.
4. In Part II, what does H.H. say he would willing exchange his belief for?
(a) A chance to go home.
(b) A chance to converse with Siddhartha.
(c) A chance to see the Christ child.
(d) A more hopeful belief.
5. Where does the group camp as Part II begins?
(a) A dark forest in Greece.
(b) In an oasis in the Sahara.
(c) A narrow mountain gorge on the Italian border.
(d) A meadow in the Alps.
6. According to H.H., what must the historian do to allow meaning into a narrative?
(a) Remain as true to the actual events as possible.
(b) Provide a common thread of knowlege for all of history.
(c) Create realistic scenes with vivid imagery.
(d) Invent units, heroes, nations, and ideas.
7. What is the unanimously observed rule of the group?
(a) Go to Africa and rescue a member from the Moors.
(b) Preach their gospel to all they met.
(c) Convert unbelievers along their journey,
(d) Pay homage to all the ancient places of the League.
8. In the beginning of Part II, how does H.H. say the character's disappearance came about?
(a) That character leaves the League.
(b) It is because of an accident.
(c) That character has an emergency at home.
(d) It is a link in a chain of disasterous events.
9. In Part I, how does the narrator describe encounters with different parties?
(a) Different parties are very secretive.
(b) Parties ban together for the rest of the journey.
(c) As pleasant, festive days.
(d) As difficult and confusing.
10. What belief does H.H. say he is sadly sure of?
(a) His health will weaken befor the Journey is complete.
(b) He will never meet Princess Fatima.
(c) The original League document is in Leo's bag.
(d) His friend, Lukas, is a liar.
11. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
(a) In a protective leather pouch.
(b) In Leo's bag.
(c) At the journey's end.
(d) In the Blue Pot.
12. What does H.H. say has exaggerated value in Part II?
(a) The success of the journey.
(b) Lukas' description of the World War.
(c) The power of the League.
(d) A missing document.
13. What does the narrator say is the one paradox that must be accepted?
(a) A fool is wiser than the greatest king.
(b) Love conquers all obstacles.
(c) Life and death are inseparable.
(d) It is necessary to attempt the seemingly impossible.
14. What does the Leader say about "grace" in Part I?
(a) It is regained by repentance.
(b) It is not recognized by common people.
(c) It cannot be bought.
(d) Once found it cannot be lost.
15. In Part II, how does H.H. describe what everything has become to him?
(a) Clear images reflected in a mirror.
(b) Nightmares that keep him from falling asleep.
(c) A mass of separate fragmentory pictures.
(d) Hazy memories that disappear like a mist.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who preserves the memory of Hohenstaufen?
2. In Part II, what does H.H. say is very difficult for him to do?
3. How is Leo described by H.H. in Part II?
4. According to H.H. what is new to the group in Part II?
5. What does the narrator's vow to the League forbid him to do?
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