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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
(a) At the journey's end.
(b) In the Blue Pot.
(c) In a protective leather pouch.
(d) In Leo's bag.
2. What does H.H. believe is the most memorable event in Part II?
(a) The death of the leader.
(b) Leo's disappearance.
(c) Their arrival in Italy.
(d) The disspersion of the League.
3. What is it that H.H. says a historian searches for in events?
(a) The truth.
(b) The center, the common standpoint.
(c) The importance of the matter.
(d) The relevance of the event.
4. In Part One, who does the narrator quote as saying, "Where are we really going"?
(a) The narrator.
(b) The League novitiates.
(d) The poet Novalis.
5. In Part I, where does the narrator say his happiness arises from?
(a) Meeting Mozrt and hearing him play.
(b) The freedom to experience everything simultaneously.
(c) Being able to see the Sun Mountains.
(d) Arriving at the King of Siam's colony and feasting with him.
6. In Part I, what does the narrator say the conquered nations are ready to believe in?
(a) Things beyond reality.
(b) Long lasting peace.
(c) Their freedom.
(d) A time of great exploration.
7. What impression do most people have of the League?
(a) It is a league of wonderous judges.
(b) It is an ancient group of mystics.
(c) It is one of many newly blossomed cults.
(d) It is the secret protectors of Christian artifacts.
8. At the beginning of Part II, who or what else is missing?
(a) Food needed for the rest of the journey.
(b) Orders from the Caliph.
(c) Instructions from the League Court.
(d) Other things from everyone.
9. Where do many of the journey members believe League documents are deposited?
(a) In the League Library at Zurich.
(b) In an ancient Greek library.
(c) In a temple in Rome.
(d) In four old capitals.
10. How does the narrator describe his country at the end of the World War?
(a) It is full of saviors and prophets.
(b) It is under the rule of a strong dictator.
(c) It is settling into a democratic time.
(d) It is enjoying a new prosperity.
11. 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.
12. What does the narrator say is the one paradox that must be accepted?
(a) Love conquers all obstacles.
(b) Life and death are inseparable.
(c) A fool is wiser than the greatest king.
(d) It is necessary to attempt the seemingly impossible.
13. Who does the narrator meet in Part I and love immediately?
14. 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) It is a link in a chain of disasterous events.
(d) That character has an emergency at home.
15. In Part I, who or what does the narrator meet at the riverside?
(b) A talking peacock.
(c) Charles the Great.
(d) Puss 'n Boots.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to H.H.'s first attempt to tell his story?
2. What is the narrator's life-goal?
3. What doubts do H.H.'s memory of the journey and participants of the World War share?
4. What is the first amazing phenomenon the narrator sees in Part I's journey?
5. In Part II, what does H.H. say most historians want to do?
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