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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. What does H.H. say he used to be?
(a) An historian.
(b) A League member.
(c) A musician.
(d) A writer.
2. What does H.H. tell Lukas about the League?
(a) It understands enlightenment.
(b) It is not a post-war movement.
(c) It is a strict society.
(d) It started during the World War.
3. What does Lukas say H.H. keeps coming back to?
(a) Leo's Christian nature.
(b) His episode with Leo.
(c) His nightmares.
(d) His conversations about the League.
4. What is H.H.'s relationship to Lukas?
(b) League members.
(c) Fellow travelers.
(d) School friends.
5. How does H.H. feel when he answers the person he is following?
Short Answer Questions
1. What or who does the person say a violin reminds him of?
2. What does Lukas believe cannot be conveyed to even the most serious?
3. Who is the person H.H. has been following and speaking to in Part IV?
4. What does H.H. say broke down in him as the man moves away?
5. What happens after H.H. makes his vow when Part III begins?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is H.H.'s reaction to the possibility of finding Leo in Part III?
2. In Part IV, what relationship does the person H.H. has been talking to have with Necker?
3. What does H.H. do after returning home at the end of Part IV?
4. What happens when the whistling stops at the beginning of Part IV?
5. What does H.H. say of the friendship he is seeking with the person he has been speaking to in Part IV?
6. How does Lukas help H.H. in his search for Leo in part III?
7. How do people not on the journey get news of the League journey?
8. What do Lukas and his circle of friends say in Part III about H.H.'s expedition?
9. In Part IV, how does H.H. feel as he and the person he has been speaking with part ways?
10. How does H.H. describe the person who comes out of the building he watches in Part IV?
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