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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the man who live on the third floor do sometimes?
(a) Pace across the floor all night.
(b) Teach German.
(c) Train and trim dogs.
(d) Inerpret Ancient Greek into German.
2. How does H.H. feel when he answers the person he is following?
3. What does H.H. believe is necessary to be able to write?
(a) The truth.
(b) A good ending.
(c) A fixed idea.
(d) A starting point.
4. In Part IV, how does H.H. describe the person who comes out of the house?
(a) A joyful young spirit.
(b) Od and weary.
(c) Sickly with sunken cheeks.
(d) Moving easily and quietly.
5. At the beginning of Part IV, how many times has H.H. been to Seilergraben?
(b) Twenty times or more.
(c) Every day for months.
(d) He isn't sure.
6. In Part III, what does H.H. say is similar to when he first started on his expedition?
(a) His need to find his home.
(b) His desire to remain a member of the League.
(c) His happiness to do something.
(d) His determination to meet his goal.
7. What does H.H. say psychologist are?
(a) Practioners of the unconscious.
(b) People who traffic in dreams.
(c) Egotistical maniacs.
(d) People who always win arguments.
8. What does H.H. tell Lukas about the League?
(a) It is not a post-war movement.
(b) It started during the World War.
(c) It is a strict society.
(d) It understands enlightenment.
9. How does H.H. describe the whistling he hears as Part IV opens?
10. What or who does the man summon with his whistle?
(a) A taxi.
(b) The League leader.
(c) A large dog.
(d) A policeman.
11. What does H.H. do as the man he follows walks away?
(a) He stands and watches.
(b) Runs after him.
(c) He visits Lukas.
(d) He goes home.
12. What does Lukas believe cannot be conveyed to even the most serious?
(a) The fear of death.
(b) Life's simplest joys.
(c) A real picture of the war.
(d) The understanding of dreams.
13. What overcomes H.H. as he and the man he follows continue to converse?
14. Who or what does H.H. say he will not give in to as Part III opens?
15. How does H.H.'s recollection of the his earlier journey affect him?
(a) He says things remain hopeless.
(b) He says everything becomes clear.
(c) He weeps uncontrollably.
(d) He suddenly remembers where he is.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens after H.H. makes his vow when Part III begins?
2. What does H.H. say is Lukas' point of view about the journey?
3. In Part III, how does Lukas' opinion change concerning H.H.'s problem?
4. Who does H.H. write a long letter to when he returns home after his encounter with the man he follows?
5. What does H.H. describe as hallucinations?
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