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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part I, what does the narrator realize about the Journey East?
(a) It brings full enlightment to each traveler.
(b) It is a procession of believers moving towards the East.
(c) It is a long and difficult journey.
(d) It is a single pilgrmage.
2. 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 overthrow the government in India.
(d) They will take back the Holy Land.
3. In the beginning of Part II, how does H.H. say the character's disappearance came about?
(a) It is a link in a chain of disasterous events.
(b) That character has an emergency at home.
(c) It is because of an accident.
(d) That character leaves the League.
4. How does the narrator describe all the artists, poets, and musicians among the group in Part I?
(a) The chief source of comfort for the group.
(b) Animated yet half-real, half-there.
(c) Distracting the group from their goal.
(d) Gracious hosts at the feast in Zurich.
5. What does the narrator's vow to the League forbid him to do?
(a) Die for the sake of the League.
(b) Advocate for another member if they are courtmartialed.
(c) Disclose anything about the League.
(d) Communicate anything about his personal experiences.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does H.H. say his belief is susceptible to in Part II?
2. What is it that H.H. says a historian searches for in events?
3. What is the deserter relieved of by the Speaker in Part I?
4. How is Leo described by H.H. in Part II?
5. In Part II, where does one man assert an important document is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What spiritual advances does H.H. say occurs just after the World War?
2. In Part II, what does H.H. say happens when he tries to think about the events of his journey?
3. How does H.H. describe his self-reflection at the end of Part II?
4. In Part II, what does H.H. say is a well known human weakness about "things"?
5. Who does H.H. compare his journey and its participants to in Part II?
6. In Part I why does H.H. insist that other authors who claim to be members of the League and write travel diaries are not telling the truth?
7. What reason does H.H. give in Part I about readers of his memoirs not comprehending them?
8. In Part II, what begins to happen to the unity of the journey members?
9. What can be determined about H.H.'s mood as he begins his journey in Part I?
10. What does H.H. say happens to the overall mood of the journey at the beginning of Part II?
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