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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. Who does the object of Hans' hallucination remind him of?
(c) Dr. Behrens.
2. Whose always-late, door-slamming entrances to the dining hall does Hans watch?
3. What is the old woman doing at the beginning of Chapter 3?
(a) Crying with her face in her hands.
(b) Reading a book of poetry.
(c) Pacing in the garden.
(d) Sitting on a bench, gazing at the sky.
4. What is the name of the Catholic patient that Joachim tells Hans about in Chapter 3?
(a) Ludovico Settembrini.
(b) Leo Naphta.
(c) Clavdia Chauchat.
(d) Barbara Hujus.
5. How should Hans live while is at the Berghof, according to Dr. Behrens?
(a) As if he had tuberculosis himself.
(b) He should not stay at the Berghof at all.
(c) As though he is going to die soon.
(d) As though he is on vacation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Hans walk after first breakfast in Chapter 3?
2. What does Hans' father die from?
3. What does Joachim say is different in the mountains?
4. According to Settembrini, how were sickness and infirmity regarded during medieval times?
5. Who claims that he has never met a perfectly healthy person?
Short Essay Questions
1. On Monday in Chapter 4, what does Hans do before attending Dr. Krokowski's lecture?
2. What does a female patient do in Chapter 3 that annoys Hans?
3. Who is Tienappel?
4. How does Hans' interactions with Clavdia affect his health?
5. Who does Hans meet during his first few weeks at the Berghof?
6. What does Joachim explain to Hans about the woman called Tous-les-deux at their first breakfast in Chapter 3?
7. Why does Settembrini interrupt his learned banter at the end of Chapter 3?
8. What does Hans muse upon while sitting on his balcony, and what does he say about what he muses on?
9. What does Dr. Krokowski do at the end of his lecture in Chapter 4, and what does it remind Hans of?
10. Describe Hans and Settembrini's conversation at the beginning of Chapter 5.
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