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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the beginning of Part III, how does H.H. remember feeling about his group's undertaking?
2. What does H.H. say he will do no matter what happens?
3. Who or what does H.H. say he will not give in to as Part III opens?
4. What does H.H. tell Lukas his current passion is in Part III?
5. What does Lukas and H.H. find in a thick book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does H.H. say of the friendship he is seeking with the person he has been speaking to in Part IV?
2. What do Lukas and his circle of friends say in Part III about H.H.'s expedition?
3. What is H.H. thinking and feeling as Part III opens?
4. What does H.H. do as the person who exits the building passes by him in Part IV?
5. Why is Lukas able to succeed with his story while H.H. fails in Part III?
6. In Part IV, what relationship does the person H.H. has been talking to have with Necker?
7. What does H.H. do after returning home at the end of Part IV?
8. What affect does H.H.'s "happy memory" in Part III have on him?
9. As Part IV opens, how does H.H. respond to whistling he hears from a house where Leo might live?
10. How does Lukas help H.H. in his search for Leo in part III?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
At the beginning of Part I, the narrator says he has not seen any existence of the League for a long time, nor any of its members. What reason does he give for this later in Part I? What does he say happens to those who leave the League? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Early in Part III, Leo wants to end his meeting with H.H. after a brief conversation, but H.H. persists in following him. What does H.H. want from Leo? What is Leo's response? How does Leo try to calm H.H.? Explain why you think Leo is not able to recognize H.H. Include in your explanation an analysis of what is said in Part I about what happens to deserters of the League.
Essay Topic 3
The narrator says in Part I that generations try to suppress what previous generations have done. What does he say generations will recall about horrible things they endured? What does he seem to be referring to? Is there a particular character he might be speaking of? If so, who and why?
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