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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the deserter relieved of by the Speaker in Part I?
(a) His prayer book.
(b) His cloak.
(c) His vow of silence.
(d) His personal journal.
2. In Part One, who does the narrator quote as saying, "Where are we really going"?
(a) The poet Novalis.
(b) The narrator.
(d) The League novitiates.
3. What does H.H. says happens when he examines things too closely?
(a) They slip away and dissolve.
(b) They become a heavy burden.
(c) THey are imprinted forever in his memory.
(d) They come into sharp relief.
4. In Part I, what holds up the journey's progress in a small provincial town?
(a) The Journey leader quits.
(b) The opposition of Saturn and the moon.
(c) The Prince of the provinces.
(d) Terrible flooding.
5. In Part I, who or what does the narrator meet at the riverside?
(a) A talking peacock.
(c) Puss 'n Boots.
(d) Charles the Great.
6. Who does the narrator meet in Part I and love immediately?
7. Mohamed's coffin is believed to hold what magical power?
(a) One receives the ability to judge all men righteously.
(b) One can rise one freely into the air.
(c) One gains immediate entrance into paradise.
(d) One will gain the power to speak to animals.
8. In Part II, how does H.H. describe what everything has become to him?
(a) Hazy memories that disappear like a mist.
(b) Clear images reflected in a mirror.
(c) A mass of separate fragmentory pictures.
(d) Nightmares that keep him from falling asleep.
9. In Part II, what does H.H. say is the only important thing in his life?
(a) The Conquest of the Ottoman Empire.
(b) The League's Journey East.
(c) Writing his memoirs.
(d) The love of Fatima.
10. Who or what does H.H. say is the basis of his community in Part II?
(a) The Bible.
(b) The Enlightenment.
(c) The journey.
(d) The League.
11. Where does the group think they will go after they see the Goblin?
(a) Follow the Goblin to the signpost.
(b) Continue their journey without interruption.
(c) To the safety of the valley.
(d) To the Blue Pot.
12. What does H.H. say has exaggerated value in Part II?
(a) The success of the journey.
(b) The power of the League.
(c) A missing document.
(d) Lukas' description of the World War.
13. How does the narrator describe the times early in Part I?
(a) Remarkable times.
(b) Painful times.
(c) Difficult times.
(d) Prosperous times.
14. How far has the journey traveled as Part II begins?
(a) Through half of Europe and a portion of the Middle Ages.
(b) Beyond the Alps into Ancient Macedonia.
(c) Almost to the Pyramids of Egypt.
(d) To the woods of Lindhorst.
15. What is it that H.H. says a historian searches for in events?
(a) The relevance of the event.
(b) The truth.
(c) The center, the common standpoint.
(d) The importance of the matter.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part I, what is Longus doing in "the wood"?
2. In Part I, how does the narrator describe encounters with different parties?
3. In the beginning of Part II, how does H.H. say the character's disappearance came about?
4. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
5. In Part I, what does the narrator say world history often seems like?
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