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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. How does H.H. feel when he answers the person he is following?
2. What do the man who live on the third floor do sometimes?
(a) Teach German.
(b) Train and trim dogs.
(c) Pace across the floor all night.
(d) Inerpret Ancient Greek into German.
3. What does H.H. tell Lukas about the League?
(a) It is a strict society.
(b) It understands enlightenment.
(c) It is not a post-war movement.
(d) It started during the World War.
4. Who or what does H.H. say he will not give in to as Part III opens?
5. Who joins H.H. as he listens to the whistling?
(a) His walking companion.
(b) No one.
(d) An old man.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the purpose of the letter H.H. writes at the end of Part IV.
2. What does Lukas and H.H. find in a thick book?
3. What does H.H. believe is necessary to be able to write?
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 Lukas say H.H. keeps coming back to?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Part IV, what does the person in the park say to H.H. about people who give up their abilities and ambitions?
2. How does H.H. say he intends to "exercise his will" in Part III?
3. In Part IV what does the person say when H.H. pleads for recognition?
4. What is H.H.'s reaction to the possibility of finding Leo in Part III?
5. What happens when the whistling stops at the beginning of Part IV?
6. In Part IV, what relationship does the person H.H. has been talking to have with Necker?
7. What does H.H. say of the friendship he is seeking with the person he has been speaking to in Part IV?
8. What happens when H.H. approaches the person he has followed to a park in Part IV?
9. How do people not on the journey get news of the League journey?
10. What is H.H. thinking and feeling as Part III opens?
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