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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. Which of Arthur's friends meets him in Marrakech and takes him to the site where the caravan will begin its journey across Morocco?
2. Which location in Tahiti is the source of Freddy's desire to go there?
(a) Paofai Gardens.
(b) Gauguin's house.
(c) The Water Gardens of Vaipahi.
(d) Fautaua Waterfall.
3. On what story of the university apartment building is Arthur's room during his stay in Germany?
(a) The fourth floor.
(b) The ninth floor.
(c) The eighth floor.
(d) The sixth floor.
4. How many students initially show up to Arthur's first class session at Liberated University in Germany?
5. What object is given to Arthur at the prize ceremony in Italy?
(a) A golden statuette.
(b) A trip to New York City.
(c) A book of poetry.
(d) A watch.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Arthur asks students not registered in the Global Linguistics and Literature department to leave the class, how many students are left?
2. What incarnation of facial hair does Arthur begin to grow in Germany?
3. What does the princess next door to the Moroccan riad's pool do in order to express her displeasure with the late-night noise being made by Arthur's party?
4. What question does the pastor encourage Arthur to ask himself whenever something during his stay seems to him strange or foolish?
5. When Finley announces the reason that Arthur's work is not included in the gay literary canon, what does he state as the reason?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between Arthur's expectations of the Indian writer's retreat that Carlos had recommended to him and the reality of the situation once he arrives?
2. What does the narrator reveal about Zohra's past?
3. What is ironic about the one thing Arthur says in perfect German during his stay in Germany?
4. Discuss the significance of Arthur's reflection that he has always alternated between "the city of youth" and "the country of age" (112).
5. How does the author use the narrator's discussion of camels in order to shape the reader's understanding of how Arthur's "single indulgence" (13) on the trip will likely turn out?
6. How do Arthur's students, as a whole, respond to his teaching methods?
7. What is the focus of Rupali's warning to Arthur regarding his stay at the Indian retreat?
8. How did Arthur comfort his anxious mind in his youth?
9. What is the subject of Arthur's fever dream in Paris when he is there with Freddy?
10. In what ways does Arthur see Lewis and Clark's marriage as an ideal one?
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